The ECC-Net promotes the understanding of EU consumers’ rights and assists in resolving complaints about purchases made in another country of the network, when travelling or shopping online.
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European Consumer Centre Network (ECC-Net)
The European Consumer Center Network “ECC-Net” is a network of 30 offices in the 28 EU Member States, Norway and Iceland. ECC’s are co-financed by the European Commission and national governments, as part of the European policy to assist every citizen in Europe to take advantage of the single market. The aim of the network is to provide free of charge help and advice to consumers on their cross-border purchases, whether online or on the spot within these 30 countries.
European Consumer Centre (ECK) in Poland
European Consumer Centre in Poland (ECK) was founded in 2005, pursuant to agreement of the European Commission with the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection (UOKiK). The project is financed from the funds of the European Union and the Competition and Consumer Protection Office. ECC in Poland is a network member of European Consumer Centers (ECC-Net).
The ECC tasks don’t cover:
- Inspection of disputes between trader and trader
- Inspection of cases between Polish consumer and Polish trader
- Inspection of cases out of the territory of the European Union, Norway and Island
- by complaint form available on the website
- by phone: 22 55 60 118 (Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm)
- by e-mail: email@example.com
- visiting our office at Plac Powstancow Warszawy 1 in Warsaw
(Monday-Friday, 10 am-2 pm)