Is The Deal Too Good
To Be True?
(WORKSHOP)

WORKSHOP | Consumer Protection

Is The Deal Too Good To Be True?

OBJECTIVE:
Learn to identify types of unregulated investment schemes and possible scams. Learn about unfair sales practices and your rights under the Consumer Protection (Fair Trading) Act (CPFTA) and the Lemon Law. This workshop will also cover the lease, sale and purchase of property, the role of the Council for Estate Agencies (CEA) and the role of Financial Industry Disputes Resolution Centre (FIDReC).

COURSE OUTLINE
• Types of Scams
• What is a Money Mule
• Types of Unregulated Investment Schemes
• Pitfalls in dealing with unregulated entities
• Role of CASE when dealing with errant traders
• Lemon Law
• Financial Industry Disputes Resolution Centre (FIDReC)
• Dealing with CaseTrusted Businesses
• What to look out for in a salesperson when you want to rent, sell or purchase a property

WHO SHOULD ATTEND
• Those who want to know the types of scams how people fall into them.
• Those who want to learn about Lemon law and avenues for victims of unfair business practice to seek resource.
• Understand how organizations such as CASE and CEA protect consumers against unethical salespersons.

DURATION
3 Hours

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