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Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby Daddy D » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:14 pm

http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/ ... 92/1/.html

SINGAPORE: Since the "lemon law" came into effect on September 1, some retailers have rolled out extra measures to encourage customers to carry out thorough checks on their products at the point of purchase....
Neo Tiam Ting, president of the Singapore Vehicle Traders Association, said: "Customers have a misunderstanding about the 'lemon law'. They think the lemon law equals to a warranty period. But what the 'lemon law' is about is that at the point of purchase, if the car has no defect, then it is not covered under the 'lemon law'."


More information on Lemon Law
http://www.case.org.sg/cpfta.html

Still :scratchhead: on this Lemon Law... Lazy to read the details...
If faulty within 6 months of purchase... Can insist on replacement a not?

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby mamago » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:27 pm

Daddy D wrote:http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1223592/1/.html

SINGAPORE: Since the "lemon law" came into effect on September 1, some retailers have rolled out extra measures to encourage customers to carry out thorough checks on their products at the point of purchase....
Neo Tiam Ting, president of the Singapore Vehicle Traders Association, said: "Customers have a misunderstanding about the 'lemon law'. They think the lemon law equals to a warranty period. But what the 'lemon law' is about is that at the point of purchase, if the car has no defect, then it is not covered under the 'lemon law'."


More information on Lemon Law
http://www.case.org.sg/cpfta.html

Still :scratchhead: on this Lemon Law... Lazy to read the details...
If faulty within 6 months of purchase... Can insist on replacement a not?



That depends, underwear sure cannot .... :evil: :imanangel:

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby Lilac66 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:42 pm

mamago wrote:
Daddy D wrote:http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalnews/view/1223592/1/.html

SINGAPORE: Since the "lemon law" came into effect on September 1, some retailers have rolled out extra measures to encourage customers to carry out thorough checks on their products at the point of purchase....
Neo Tiam Ting, president of the Singapore Vehicle Traders Association, said: "Customers have a misunderstanding about the 'lemon law'. They think the lemon law equals to a warranty period. But what the 'lemon law' is about is that at the point of purchase, if the car has no defect, then it is not covered under the 'lemon law'."


More information on Lemon Law
http://www.case.org.sg/cpfta.html

Still :scratchhead: on this Lemon Law... Lazy to read the details...
If faulty within 6 months of purchase... Can insist on replacement a not?



That depends, underwear sure cannot .... :evil: :imanangel:


Wah, so soon you think of underwear. You always gei gei, wear then try to change is it ?
:rotflmao:

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby mamago » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:48 pm

Lilac66 wrote:
mamago wrote:

More information on Lemon Law
http://www.case.org.sg/cpfta.html

Still :scratchhead: on this Lemon Law... Lazy to read the details...
If faulty within 6 months of purchase... Can insist on replacement a not?



That depends, underwear sure cannot .... :evil: :imanangel:


Wah, so soon you think of underwear. You always gei gei, wear then try to change is it ?
:rotflmao:[/quote]


No, Lilac, I am worry if others bought it, regret and return it, and I ended up buying it ... Ewww! :rotflmao:

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby Lilac66 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:54 pm

mamago wrote:
Lilac66 wrote:
mamago wrote:

More information on Lemon Law
http://www.case.org.sg/cpfta.html

Still :scratchhead: on this Lemon Law... Lazy to read the details...
If faulty within 6 months of purchase... Can insist on replacement a not?



That depends, underwear sure cannot .... :evil: :imanangel:


Wah, so soon you think of underwear. You always gei gei, wear then try to change is it ?
:rotflmao:



No, Lilac, I am worry if others bought it, regret and return it, and I ended up buying it ... Ewww! :rotflmao:[/quote]

Teach you, in order to know if you've been short-changed, before buying, SMELL. Yee...eeks!!

I really :siao: liao. Think it's time for my medicine, and I'm not talking about flu medicine.. :rotflmao:

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby mamago » Mon Sep 03, 2012 4:57 pm

haha.... Lilac.... I am floored ..... :rotflmao:

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby pinky » Mon Sep 03, 2012 10:13 pm

the retailer either repair, replace or refund within 6 months of purchase
right?

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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby Guest » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:43 pm

pinky wrote:the retailer either repair, replace or refund within 6 months of purchase
right?


Actually without the lemon law, currently the service providers or retailers I deal with, I often can get repair, replace within 6 months as part of their customer service.
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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby verykiasu2010 » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:55 pm

pinky wrote:the retailer either repair, replace or refund within 6 months of purchase
right?


followed by reuse, recycle, reduce
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Re: Lemon Law kicks in 1st Sept

Postby Guest » Mon Sep 03, 2012 11:57 pm

verykiasu2010 wrote:
pinky wrote:the retailer either repair, replace or refund within 6 months of purchase
right?


followed by reuse, recycle, reduce


Uncle, wrong order...it should be: reduce, reuse, recycle...
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