Conn. Agencies Regs. § 42-110b-6 - Specific representations

Current through March 4, 2022

(a) Advertisements frequently contain representations of guarantees that assure prospective purchasers that savings may be realized in the purchase of the advertiser's products or services.
(b) Some typical advertisements of this type are "Guaranteed to save you 50%," "Guaranteed never to be undersold," "Guaranteed lowest price in town."
(c) These advertisements should include a clear and conspicuous disclosure of what the guarantor will do if the savings are not realized, together with any time or other limitations that he may impose.

Example: "Guaranteed lowest price in town" might be accompanied by the following disclosure: "If within 30 days from the date that you buy a sewing machine from me, you purchase the identical machine in town for less and present a receipt therefor to me, I will refund your money."

Note: The above guarantees may constitute affirmative representations of fact.

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Conn. Agencies Regs. § 42-110b-6
Effective November 26, 1973

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