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Missouri Consumer Laws

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As per Missouri Consumer Laws,  The Office of the Attorney General is entrusted with the responsibility for providing remedy to consumers

who have been victimized by unfair or deceptive trade practices.

  • The Missouri Merchandising Practices Act lays down the provisions and remedies for dishonest trade practices by merchants or individuals.
  • The Attorney General functions as a fiduciary person between the consumer and the merchant to resolve grievances after due hearing of both the sides.
  • After the hearing the Attorney General will award consumers with compensation or exchange of services where the merchant is found to be guilty.
  • However, the Attorney General is not required to provide legal advice to consumers and also acts as a representative in the court.

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