This additional protection applies only to credit card purchases and not to debit card purchases. Consumers have the right to receive ads with standard information and to request information from the credit provider on contractual terms. This pre-contract information must contain all standardized articles that will be reproduced later in the treaty. A computer based on the provisions of the Consumer Credit Directive is available to help users (including regulators, consumers, creditors) calculate the RPA of a given credit value. As part of the review of the EU`s consumer protection policy, the Commission has carried out a review of the 2008/48/EC Directive on Consumer Credit Contracts. The initiative follows on from its recent evaluation, which highlighted several challenges, including scope, information provision and credit quality assessment. It will take into account the impact of COVID-19 on the credit market and on consumers, including those at risk. If you feel that you have been unfairly denied credit, you can ask the credit provider which credit reference agency or agency has used it. You have the right to request the cancellation of the payment and the amount that has been credited to your account or sent by the card issuer.
If the card issuer believes that the payment has been approved, it is up to the card issuer to prove it. This opinion is particularly important because it is one of the few opinions of the Court of Justice on the scope of the Remote Sales Directive. Although this directive has been our responsibility since 2002, it has only been reviewed and evaluated in a very limited way by the ECJ. It is also of interest to the extent that certain concepts (for example. B, “an organised system of distance selling or services”) are also used in the Consumer Rights Directive. A further adjustment to the Remote Sales Directive could be in the works, as outlined in the European Commission`s 2020 work programme. It is therefore entirely possible that we will review the opinion of AG Sharpston in the probably revised text of this directive. There are some agreements that cannot be terminated, z.B. if the loan amount exceeds $60,260 and the agreements are guaranteed onshore. 17) the EEA state or states whose legislation is invoked by the supplier as the basis for establishing relationships with the consumer before the conclusion of the remote contract. The Remote Sales Directive (transposed into Maltese law by the Retail Financial Services Regulation 2005 (S.L. 330.07) has been with us since 2002, with the aim of protecting private customers when entering into a “remotely sold financial services contract”.
This directive requires, among other things, consumers to obtain the right to terminate certain contracts remotely. It complements the Consumer Rights Directive (2011/83/EU Directive), which deals with consumer protection for remote contracts with non-financial services. The consumer was not informed of a right of withdrawal and withdrew the three subsequent interest rate agreements on the grounds that these agreements were remote and that the Bank was an organized distance selling system. He lodged an appeal with the Landgericht in Germany (the “referral court”) and sought, among other things, the repayment of interest and repayments made since the conclusion of the amending agreements to which he had been withdrawn. The bank argued that the consumer did not have the right to withdraw and asked the referring court to dismiss the appeal. In the absence of a first service agreement, successive or separate transactions of the same type carried out over time are carried out between the same contracting parties, the rules on the advertising of remote traffic (2.7.2 R to CONC 2.7.5 R) apply only: that remote information whose commercial purpose must be clearly defined be provided in a clear and understandable manner in a manner adapted to the means of information of remote communication, in particular taking due account of the principles of good