Will you report shops that sell Christmas lights without proper ICC marks?

Bukidnon News, Business, Consumer

BUKIDNON | BUSINESSES IN BUKIDNON | CONSUMERS IN BUKIDNON – Bukidnon Online received a media alert from the Department of Trade and Industry – Bukidnon. Check out the media release below:

The Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) alerts consumers to be vigilant and
to buy only Christmas lights that bear the Import Commodity Clearance (ICC) mark to
ensure the quality and safe use of the product.

Consumers are encouraged to look for the brands of Christmas lights that have
passed the required safety tests based on the Philippine National Standards (PNS)
189:2000 with the ICC numbers issued from 2008 to 2010.

And then at the end of the media release, DTI urged people to report to them the establishments that sold Christmas lights without the proper ICC marks.

Now my question is — have you ever reported a shop or store that sold fake Christmas lights or Christmas lights that did not have the proper ICC mark?

Will you ever?

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