M.R.P stands for Maximum Retail Price. We can also bargain on M.R.P. Yet several venders overcharge us. What do we do?
Take a leaf out of Amit‘s story. He challenged the errant vendors in the consumer court and won. 🙂
Read Amit’s experiences in consumer court and his dealings with common issues such as overcharging by autorickshaws or loudspeakers blaring hard at temple in a two-part interview posted at Visceral Observations. Here are the links to both parts of the interview:
Interview with Consumer Rights Champion-Amit: Part 1
Interview with Consumer Rights Champion: Amit: Part 2
Amit also blogs about his experiences and consumer rights at The Everyday Bloggy.
Consumer Protection Act, 1986 is most unused Act in India. Indians are hardly aware of their rights as a consumer. Very few of us, who fight for their consumer rights, are commendable. Because more than their small victories they set a precedent that others can follow. Sometimes, their cases lead to a landmark court judgment that benefit entire society at large.
Lt. Col. Rajesh Yadav is one such crusader, an Army man, who despite his busy schedule fought a case against ICICI bank for unfairly billing him on a debit card that he never received.
Lt. Col. Rajesh shared his experiences with ICICI, consumer court, lawyers and more in a candid interview. This interview is an eye opener for all the bank consumers.
Read his complete interview here.