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  • Fraud remains increasingly common in cross-border e-commerce

    Fraud remains increasingly common in cross-border e-commerce New report shows fraud increasingly common in cross-border e-commerce   Vilnius, 6th December 2013: A new report has shown that consumers increasingly encounter fraud when making cross-border purchases online. The European Consumer Centre Network (ECC-Net) set out to highlight the problems and risks faced by ...

  • European consumers face discrimination based on their nationality or place of residence

    European consumers face discrimination based on their nationality or place of residence New report shows that European consumers face discrimination based on their nationality or place of residence   Bolzano, 29 November 2013. Have you ever been unable to buy something because of where you live? Or been charged a higher price based on your country of residence? Today, the European Consumer Centres ...

  • Can I trust the trust mark?

    Can I trust the trust mark? More uniformity needed for on-line trust marks according to the ECC-Net. In its report “Can I trust the trust mark?”, the network of European Consumer Centres, ECC-Net,  provides consumers  with a panorama of 54 online trust mark schemes existing in the EU. The report details criteria to assess how  trust marks ...


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