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Overcharging by electronics shops

Several Irish electronics shops have been overcharging customers for months on a range of products, an investigation by The Sunday Business Post has found.

18th March, 2006

Several Irish electronics shops have been overcharging customers for months on a range of products, an investigation by The Sunday Business Post has found. The items affected vary from computers, printers and personal digital assistants (PDAs) to carpet sweepers and bathroom scales.

The shops involved include two large chains, Power City and Harvey Norman. The shops wrongly placed additional recycling charges on items mistakenly thought to fall under recent legislation.

The law, known as the...

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