The Represent Act
A Model State Consumer Protection Statute
Coming Winter 2019
It's time to clap back against corporate abuse. The Represent Act is model legislation that corrects an imbalance in the marketplace by empowering you with new rights and remedies.
The Represent Act is a radical new model consumer protection law.
The Represent Act gives you new protections. The Represent Act addresses every annoying and time-consuming problem facing us consumers in the 21st century. You will have new rights that protect you against injustices in an era when technology, and the ways giant multinational conglomerates abuse technology, is evolving rapidly. The Represent Act protects you from: false advertising, unfair and mysterious fees tacked on to everything you buy, unauthorized charges, subscriptions you never ordered, rebates that require you to take steps to get a lower price, gift cards with fees and conditions, warranties with no value, problems with refunds, shipping delays and mistakes, loans and credit that drain your bank accounts, fake consumer reviews, harassing communications, and shoddy customer service. It prevents companies from requiring you to forfeit your legal rights every time you make a purchase. Finally, The Represent Act protects companies from stealing and profiting off of your personal information.
And if corporations violate the new rights in The Represent Act, they will have to pay you.
The Represent Act re-opens the courthouse doors so you can protect your rights and get your money back. The Represent Act will simplify lawsuit procedures to make it a lot easier for consumers to bring cases to protect these new consumer rights. Corporate-sponsored legislation and hostile court decisions have abolished or degraded your constitutional rights to your day in court. The simplified lawsuit procedures re-open the courthouse doors so you can sue companies when they violate your rights. The Represent Act also strengthens the integrity of the judicial system by eliminating some of the abuses that have undermined public support for class actions.