In order to file a consumer case, you need to be able to show that (a) you are a consumer, (b) the goods that you purchased were defective (not as per your order, (c) you have sent a legal notice to the vendor and (d) your case is filed within time. The fact whether the evidence is sufficient is for the court to decide based on all the facts available to it. From the description provided, there seem to be a good cause for filing a case in my opinion.
Hi. Sorry to hear about your sour experience. You can approach the local police station first as this generally helps settle such small matters. You also have the option of approaching the consumer forum having jurisdiction over your matter and filing a complaint. This is a fairly straightforward process and you can manage the same without engaging the services of a lawyer. Make sure you have printed records of everything - specially the pictures and description of the dresses that were posted online in the advertisement, based on which you placed your order. Good luck!
Hello. You can file a consumer complaint however the first step is to send the seller a notice and see if he is willing to settle the matter amicably. You can approach the district forum and file a case there within 2 years of the incident. Please ensure that all the information and evidence in you possession is put together in a cohesive manner and included in the complaint, to strengthen your case.
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