Consumer rights warning after Wiggle fined

December 12, 2018 Adam Zuchetti

A timely warning on consumer rights relating to refunds and replacements of faulty products has arisen, after retailer Wiggle was slapped with a five-figure penalty for allegedly misleading customers.

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