On Friday 23rd November, many stores in the country will have a Friday Black Friday. The US tradition has also wondered here, and many are looking forward to buying discounted goods. However, it does not mean it's a bargain.
The Consumer Inspector writes that a product that has set up 40, 60 or 80 percent is not necessarily a bargain. The agency claims that the goods can be cheaper even elsewhere and that you should be a consumer to check more places before shopping.
"We urge consumers who are aware of prices to keep their heads cool and consider the equipment well when trading during Black Friday," said Director Elisabeth Lier Haugseth, User Authorization, in an article on the executive agency's website.
– Misleading marketing is prohibited
The director also warns the dealers who promise "gold and green forests" on Black Friday.
"It is also appropriate to remind traders who banned misleading marketing and have to give customers accurate and accurate information about prices and price benefits," said Lier Haugseth.
In the article, the Consumer Inspectorate talks about what the customer needs to be aware of. The marketing can claim that the customer must turn the price bar only once, but not necessarily correct.
The Consumer Inspectorate encourages the customer not to stress and also look at the price history to see if the item is often offered.
They also say that one should be suspicious of promises, so that the first cant of copies can be bought at a lower price. If you're a 101 customer number in the box, it's easy to feel scary.