Fitbit breaches law on faulty products


'Fitbit will amend product packaging and extend warranties in Australia after admitting it breached consumer law by misrepresenting what customers were entitled to for faulty products.

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission received over 100 complaints from customers about Fitbit's product representation and found the company had told customers that its warranty against faulty products was only available for one year.'

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