Hello my name is ***** ***** I am happy to help you today. How did you purchase the product?
It was purchased online after an email was sent describing the product. I then viewed the copy online and purchased
So are you saying the description does not match the product and in what format is the product ?
As I mentioned it was a series of DVD's taken at a conference. It said it was easy to identify stocks rising and place orders. I spent 3 hours and none of stocks were available on my platform to trade plus no mention of the 30 spread on the stocks. That is the amount difference from buying to selling. Normal is about 2/3
Ok you do not have rights to return under the distance selling regulations if the seal on the DVD cover is broken. However if the product is not as described, and therefore not of satisfactory quality or not fit for its purpose you can ask for a refund under the Sale of Goods and Services Act.
You should write to the trader saying you reject the dvd's on that basis and ask for a refund. If they refuse you can bring a claim in the small claims court.
You will have to show evidence that the product is not as described.
When you say evidence what do you mean. I can only go on what I think
well you will have to explain what you think to the court and they will decide whether the trader is in breach of the Sale of Goods Act, they will be if the product is found not to be fit for purpose or of unsatisfactory quality.
If you have any further questions please do ask.
OK not looking good but will give it a go. Thanks
No problem all the best with it. If you have any further questions please do ask. if I have answered your question I would be grateful if you would take the time to rate my answer. Thank you and all the best.