What is a reclamation?
Contrary to the prevailing opinion among people, the term "reclamation" is not related to advertising, although these words are similar in sound.
Next, consider what a complaint is and how to use it correctly in everyday life.
What does the term "reclamation" mean
The word of the complaint came from the Latin wordreclamatio, which means "loud objection". In modern life, a reclamation means a claim of the customer or buyer, which he represents to the service provider or seller in relation to the poor quality of the goods. But the essence of the complaint is not just in presenting a complaint, but also in the demand to eliminate the defects of the goods or to reduce its cost, sometimes even in demand to repair damages.
The procedure for granting a complaint is determined bythe law on consumer protection. In the same law, there are rules for responding to a complaint. A reclamation is required in writing and in conjunction with the necessary documents. The complaint must contain the exact name of the product or service, the quantity of the product and a description of its location, information about the deficiencies that compelled you to file a complaint, and the requirements of the buyer.
Thus, in everyday life you can use the term complaint in relation to the seller or the supplier of any service and to touch your conversation will be a claim to the quality of the goods.
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