Understanding The Missouri Merchandising Practices Act
Often referred to as Missouri’s consumer protection statute, the Missouri Merchandising Practices Act (MMPA) is designed to protect consumers from untruthful, misleading and unfair business practices. According to the law (section 407.020 R.S.Mo.), any act of fraud, false promise, misrepresentation, false pretense, unfair practice, or the omission or suppression of information in connection with the sale or advertisement of a product or service is considered illegal.
Let Our Consumer Protection Lawyer Make The Law Work For You
For many people, interpreting the law is a job best left to an experienced attorney. At Waddell Law Firm LLC, we know firsthand the importance of protecting the free flow of truthful information in the marketplace. Although most people think of consumer protection laws as only applying to automobiles or debt collectors, the MMPA covers numerous consumer products and services.
If you suspect that you have been taken advantage of by false, misleading and/or unfair business practices, we can review the specifics, apply our findings to various consumer protection laws and pursue compensation for your losses and damages. Whether you are a private individual or a small business owner who purchased vehicles or other products for commercial use, the MMPA, the KCPA and federal legislation, such as the Uniform Commercial Code and the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, can offer protections and opportunities to recover compensation.
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At Waddell Law Firm LLC, we look to combine aggressive representation with an emphasis on creative litigation solutions. To discover the difference of working with our firm, call our Prairie Village office at 816-399-5510 or submit an online contact form and schedule a free initial meeting.