The nations Consumer Protection Agency in Mexico fined 25 reported businesses over the holidays and closed eight found in violation of Mexico’s consumer laws.
Businesses closed are temporary until the business proves its violations have been corrected.
Hotel, bars, and supermarkets were among the top violators that were fined for displaying prices in a foreign currently, not honoring advertised promotions, confusing and misleading advertising, not display volumetric measurements on products sold by volume and no price displays.
A handful of clothing stores, auto mechanics, and electronic stores were also investigated for reports of violations and resulted in fines and . . .