The Maine consumer laws offer remedies to consumers on being cheated or provided with inferior goods by sellers.
- The Maine Unfair Trade Practices Act prohibits sellers from resorting unfair and deceptive business practices for selling goods or rendering services.
- The law requires consumers to complain with necessary proof of purchase that includes bills, warranty notes, repair estimates, etc.
- The Law has prescribed the model of a complaint letter based on which legal action against the seller can be initiated.
Where a sale of defective goods or services has been rendered the consumer is entitled to return them and receive the money or such goods and services worth the same money