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If you are one of the thousands of people who plan to do some shopping today, the Attorney General’s Office has a terrific Guide to Retail Rights in Massachusetts that you should browse before you go. The guide includes information on gift cards, warranties, returns, consumer privacy. law away and much more.

Another handy source for information on shopping is the Office of Consumer Affairs’ Shopping Rights page, which includes much of the information above, as well as information on online auctions and links to sources for buying advice.

And finally, if you really want to read the actual laws and regulations, check out our Mass. Law About Shopping and Returns, where we’ve collected state and federal laws and regulations on shopping.

Happy hunting!

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