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Steps To Recall A Product

A product recall may be made by the government or by a manufacturer of a defective product.  The steps to recall a product often include the following:

  • A government agency may notify a manufacturer of a defect in one of their products and call for a voluntary or mandatory recall.
     
  • In a voluntary recall, the manufacturer or supplier of a product usually notifies the government of their intent to recall a product.
     
  • Recall announcements are placed on company and government websites and advertised in newspapers and possibly on the news.
     
  • Consumers are usually advised to return the product to the place of purchase for a refund or replacement.
     
  • Consumers may receive additional compensation for potential damages by law, by manufacturer decision or by legal action.

 

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