Consumer Protection Act, 2008 (Act No. 68 of 2008)
Chapter 2 : Fundamental Consumer Rights
Part E : Right to fair and responsible marketing
31. Negative option marketing
|1)||A supplier must not—|
|a)||promote any goods or services;|
|c)||induce a person to accept any goods or services or to enter into or modify such an agreement,|
on the basis that the goods or services are to be supplied, or the agreement or modification will automatically come into existence, unless the consumer declines such offer or inducement.
|2)||An agreement purportedly entered into as a result of an offer or inducement contemplated in subsection (1) is void.|
|3)||A modification of an agreement purportedly agreed to as a result of an offer or inducement contemplated in subsection (1) is void.|
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