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Purchases mini moto for her son, who never enjoyed it

NG Racing of Zebbug has been ordered to pay 350 euro to a client who had purchased a mini moto.

The Consumer Affairs Tribunal was told that the consumer had purchased a mini moto from this outlet, which never functioned and had to be repaired on a number of occasions. The shop representative stated in his reply that this was the consumer’s fault, as the boy had run around a lot on the mini moto and had damaged it.

The Tribunal concluded that the problems with this product had started straight away, as soon as it was purchased, and it appears not to have been enjoyed as it was always damaged. The outlet was ordered to pay the consumer  350 euro, and the mini moto would become the property of the outlet as soon as the payment had been effected.

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