Standardization of Terms & Conditions.
Such miscreants include Private Banks, Private Hospitals, General Insurance companies, Mobile Service Providers, Manufacturers of Consumer Durables and importers of poor quality Chinese goods flooding Indian Markets and what not. Birds of same feather should follow the 'Law of the Land' and follow standard terms & conditions approved by the Indian government. Instead of warranties for fixed periods, they should offer number of free services on consumer durables as and when required.
Worst thing is hiding an important term in 'terms and conditions' given in a document of book size. Does the consumer going to appear in graduation exam to study such 'terms and conditions' for a loan from the bank. These 'terms and conditions' should be simple and clear printed in one or two page document in fonts of readable size. more
Correct, the obscure T&C are designed to mislead the customers to generate fear of commitment of the client to T&C as an agreement and possible legal action at a later date. So is language used by advocates that your client has not come with clean hands. Particular is the decision of the Supreme Court that toughs or bouncers cannot take away car or other goods. more
T & C s are just to trap the Customer in case of any legal action arises at a later date. more
Mr Nair. Even with Spects, you can't read terms and Conditions. more
Better you buy something no T&C. Get it and forget it. Try and let me know what did you buy. more
Is the print of T & C meant for reading ? As per me, it is only to confirm to the rule (and at the same time illegible). more
If you can read it it is legible more
The Print of Terms and Condition is so small that it is practically Impossible to read and understand it. It should be quite big and readable. more
Change your spectacles and find what are the Terms and Conditions. more