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MEP outlines redress steps for online shoppers

Consumers have rights when things go wrong

4th January, 2016
Deirdre Clune. pic: RollingNews.ie

As Irish consumers spend €6bn on online sales, Ireland South MEP Deirdre Clune reminds them that there are strong EU laws in place to protect consumers who are buying online.

Ireland South MEP Deirdre Clune has said it is important to remind people that they are protected under EU law if anything goes wrong with online purchases they may have made when buying Christmas presents.

"EU laws are there to protect consumers when you...

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