Consumer Bill of Rights

Or the basic consumer rights

There are 8 consumer rights in the consumer bill of rights and John Fitzgerald Kennedy made four of them. They are the right to safety, right to be informed, right to choose, right to be heard, right to satisfaction of basic needs, right to redress, right to consumer education, and right to a healthy environment.


Right to safety is aimed at the defense of consumers against injuries caused by products other than a vehicle. For example, a little kid would swallow a small crayon and it would get them sick.


Right to be informed is that businesses should always provide consumers with appropriate information to make informed product choices. Another example, is that a firework product would have a warning sign to not leave it out in the sun.


Right of choice states that each consumer has a variety of brands to choose from. So basically, you don't always have to buy one brand of chips.


Right of voice allows the consumer to have a voice and is able to give out complaints, concerns, and advice to products that that can handle the problem efficiently and responsively. For example, a consumer will be able to complain on their website and then the business would change their product.


Right of satisfaction allows the consumer access essential goods and services. Another example, would be the consumers accessability to food, water

, health care, education, and more.


Right of a healthy environment that is non threatening and safe. So basically, a safe environment would be that there are signs up that say no weapons, no smoking, no drugs, and many more.


All in all, these basic rights hold us together and as long as we obey them, the world will stay peaceful.