The National Consumer Service (Sernac) mentioned a new case involving La Polar this Thursday. The department store is under investigation for selling counterfeit sports brand clothing.
The service must provide details when selling a product, if the store has done so, or if it has sold a sale or second selection of clothing, or if it has sold an item from a past collection. was shown.
Cernac’s national director, Andrés Herrera, asserted that La Polar “should return the money” to consumers who purchased the garments in question.
But that’s not all. An ongoing investigation reveals that Herrera must “compensate or compensate” those affected, in addition to returning money from purchases, in case La Polar is adversely affected. said that there is