much as you’re led to believe. If the discount is exaggerated, or other information is misleading, you can report the company to the Commerce Commission.
And compare the deal with prices from other companies. You may find a better deal elsewhere. Don’t stand for poor quality. Goods and services in a sale are covered by the Consumer Guarantees Act. Goods must be of an acceptable quality and services must be provided with reasonable care and skill.
So, if the hair straighteners you bought overheated after six months, you can ask to have them repaired or replaced, or seek a refund.
Do resist the urge to buy on impulse.
Discount sites create a sense of urgency.
Before snapping up an offer, think – will you really use that Belgian waffle- making set or those retro curling tongs? Don’t be fobbed off. If you have a problem with