Court of Munich, accusing Amazon of violating the rights of the consumer via buy buttons “Dash Buttons”

The court of Munich a judgement against Amazon about buttons advance purchase Dash Buttons following the legal challenge made by the Monitoring Committee Local Consumer NRW critical mechanism of action of these buttons during procurement processes; where said they not provide the buyer with sufficient information about the product, and stabbed the complainant also in the laws of the Amazon followed for sale through these buttons which allow the replacement of the product at a higher price or even a product different from the client himself.

Came the court’s decision is consistent with the view of the committee in terms of the need to inform Amazon customers buyers across the Dash Buttons more details about the product and evaluate the products chosen by the customer without replacement or raise the price, the suspended director of the Office of the commission NRW following the decision of the court they are not standing in the face of innovative ways can Amazon Dash Buttons_ but if they cause harm to the user and it and especially of the door prices will be in her face with full force.

In response the Amazon the court’s decision directly, but by the Russell site TechCrunch via email saying they sign the legitimacy of the mechanism of sale via Dash Buttons and application and they are compatible with the laws of the German so they will request a resume.

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