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If I buy an item without a warranty or guarantee and then itís faulty, do I still have any rights? PDF Print
It does not matter that an item does not have a warranty or guarantee. The law gives the customer rights of redress over and above any guarantee or warranty.
 
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2016 FTC Annual Report  [pdf]
 
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Officers of the Commission engage customers in Bridgetown during a Consumer Outreach Day on June 30.