Amazon’s handling of unsafe and unsafe products has resumed. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is in court an online retailer to force it to remember the wrong things that put it at risk for consumers. In writing this, the editors said they had warned Amazon of dangerous things on its page, but felt that their response was inadequate.
According to the CPSC, the wrong items included 24,000 non-threatening carbon monoxide tests, 400,000 hair dryers with no electrical protection and children’s flammable clothing. The council voted 3-1 to approve a legal complaint to force Amazon to recall the above-mentioned items, inform customers who purchased them and reimburse the full amount.
As described in case, the dealer has already done some of the work. Amazon removed the identification numbers from the statement, CPSC said. The company also notified the buyers of the risk and asked them to return the gift cards sent to their account, the regulator said. However, the CPSC stressed that Amazon’s “inconsistent” response was not enough.
In his words to Reuters, Amazon said it was “unknown” as to why CPSC had rejected its offer to expand the commemorative program, combine items sold with others, or accuse it of forcing “action” falsely “of those who took it. The seller added that he had removed the “quantity” from the store and that he had received it in full.
“Today’s vote on complaints in the Amazon was a very important part of this small organization,” said CPSC Chairman Robert Adler. “But it is a big part of crossing the vast desert – we have to fight for how we can better deal with the big third-party groups, and how we can protect the American consumers who depend on them.”
This is not the first time Amazon has been exploited for distributing dangerous substances. Last year, a CNN search on customer feedback on this page found 70 Amazon values things were associated with fire. A 2019 report written by Wall Street Journal added that Amazon was selling more 4,000 items that government agencies have declared it unsafe, causing The filmmakers have written to CEO Jeff Bezos answers.
Last fall, a California court of appeals ruled in Amazon can be prosecuted Damages and injuries that result from the wrong products sold in the third-party market.
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