Beware of Those Who Arrogate to be an Officer of the Consumer Protection Board

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Beware of Those Who Arrogate to be an Officer of the Consumer Protection Board
Beware of Those Who Arrogate to be an Officer of the Consumer Protection Board

In the event that the OBEC arranges for their staff to check th e la bels and product quality of products, the OBEC should provide a notification prior to their visit. The examinations are random checks; there are no specifics on which shops to check or when doing the examination, which officer will carry out the check showing a government official identification card. The Office of the Inspectorate’s random checks will be done on official days only.

What the OBEC officers must do

1.Have a letter informing the shop in advance or showing the letter to the store owner 2.The officer must show the official ID card 3.The officer must have a document recording the results of the product labeling and notify the operator every time 4.In the case of incorrect labeling, the BSC will have a letter informing the operator to come to the office to understand and correct it.

When checking the product label the products will not be occupied, except any product that is deemed a dangerous product or is prohibited, nor should any officer ask for any money at the shop. If anyone experiences such an event, they should take a picture of the officer or make a clip and notify the Office of the Immigration Bureau at 1166.

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