More Irish consumers fight for their rights

New research strongly suggests that Irish consumers are increasingly aware of their consumer rights, and not afraid to flex their consumer muscle.

28th April, 2012
More Irish consumers fight for their rights
Recent research shows that many Irish consumers feel confident of their consumer rights. Photo: Thinkstock

Irish consumers are increasingly aware of their consumer rights, and not afraid to flex their consumer muscle. Recent research from the National Consumer Agency (NCA) revealed that almost four out of every five consumers felt confident in respect of their consumer rights.

Some 72 per cent of those surveyed by the NCA said they felt they knew their rights, while just over three quarters - some 76 per cent - said they felt protected in...

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