Fraudulent medical companies: What do the regulations say?

In spite of the constant spotlight on the shocking cases, and the warnings repeatedly issued by the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection, the practice of exploiting seniors by persuading them into buying very expensive equipment and medical packages of dubious quality, still turns out to be a common practice.

The methods of operation, company names, contract templates are slightly changing, but the scheme of operation is always the same - singing a contract, which contract often entails tremendously high installments, and, in the event of an intervention - information on the impossibility to terminate the contract. In a comprehensive article on the problem, BSJP's Jan Maciejewski comments on the tools that the law equips us with in similar situations.

The article is available here