Consumer Rights

Lauren Siems


In 1962, John F. Kennedy made the bill of consumer rights. It contained four basic rights. They were the rights of safety, the right to information, the right to choose and the right to be heard. They are still being updated today. Now there are six main rights.

The rights

The right to education is to be able to know of your rights as a consumer.

The right to safety is the right to be safe when using a product in its meant use.

The right to be informed is the right to be informed about a product.

The right to choose is the right to decide where you buy your things from and what you buy.

The right to be heard is the right to make a complaint and for someone at that company to see your complaint.

The right to service is the right to buy your goods in a respectful environment.