Consumer Affairs Commission

The Consumer Affairs Commission was established to help consumers who have been wronged or “taken advantage of” by businesses. At times your business finds itself in the role of a consumer, in that it purchases items from other businesses or is serviced by other businesses. If for some reason you feel you did not get what you paid for or was deceived by a business entity, the Consumer Affairs Commission is there to help.

“The Consumer Affairs Commission is a government agency established to inform, educate¬†and empower consumers to protect themselves in the marketplace.”

“The work of the Commission is three pronged: we engage in market research, provide complaint resolution services and run a vibrant consumer education programme. ¬†All the services provided by the Commission are free as the organization is fully funded by Government.”

“The CAC operates under the Trade Act of 1955 and the Consumer Protection Act of 2005.”