Sucheta Dalal :The Customer Is Always right. But There Are Exceptions
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The Customer Is Always right. But There Are Exceptions  

May 27, 2013

The widespread problems of Indian customers will stop only when regulators put in place a formal process to redress investor grievances meaningfully by forcing companies indulging in mis-selling or fraudulent practices to compensate investors for their losses and impose exemplary damages for needless harassment.


Sucheta Dalal

Our regular readers know that Moneylife is proud of its pro-investor stand and has a string of successful interventions on behalf of ordinary savers. But are savers always right? Here are a few examples of other kinds of customers that we come across, albeit rarely (all names changed).


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-- Sucheta Dalal



 



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