The Consumer Bill of Rights

Kelsie Wosepka

The Six Rights

1. Be Informed

Able to know about things going on around the country.

When you read about something on a magazine it give information in the magazine.

2. To Choose

Choose what you buy, what you wear, what you eat.

You can choose to eat at McDonald's, Burger King, subway, etc.

3. Be Heard

You can state your opinion.

If you don't agree with something that happened at a store then you can say how you feel about it and they have to listen.

4. To Be Educated

Right to go to school.

You can go to school or not go to school.

5. To Do Service

Helping someone out.

By shoveling there sidewalk/driveway.

6. To Safety

You would know that what you eat is safe.

You can feel safe eating something from a restaurant or safe playing with a toy.