Mexican Consumer Protection Law and E-Commerce

Mexico has a Consumer’s protection law, (“Ley Federal de Protecion al Consumidor”), which main purpose is: (i) to promote and protect the rights of consumers; and (ii) to procure equity and legal certainty to commercial relationships between enterprises and consumers of goods and services. The Consumers Protection Agency (“Procuraduria Federal del Consumidor”) is the governmental entity in charge of consumer affairs in Mexico. Following, the reader may find a brief explanation of the Mexican Consumer Protection Law.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the Mexican Consumer rules regarding advertisement?
What are the sanctions imposed by the Mexican Law for violating the advertisement rules?
What are the Mexican constrains on advertising?
What are the Mexican Sales Promotion Techniques rules?
What are the Mexican rules for Electronic payments?

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