Italy Accuses Apple Again for Misleading Consumers Over Its Extended Warranty Promise

Posted on Jul 3 2012 - 5:48am by Editorial Staff

Apple in its latest verdict in Italy was being threatened by the country with the temporary closure of its operations plus a fine of up to 300,000 euros ($377,500), if in case the company does rely on offering customers a free two-year warranty as demanded by Italian law, reports Reuters. The AGCM alleged that information provided by company about an extra guarantee scheme encourages customers to buy the service, but does not specify the clear cut information that is require.The country’s AGCM already imposed fines of 900,000 euros on divisions of Apple. Apple got 30 days to respond over to the complaint.

 

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