KUWAIT, May 6: The Kuwaiti Ministry of Commerce and Industry issued a decision whereby companies and commercial stores that provide services for the sale of goods (electronic, electrical goods and furniture) are required through websites to set a date for delivery of the sale before the payment is received and display the delivery date on the sales invoice.
The ministry said in a statement to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) today, Wednesday, that Ministerial Resolution No. 104 of 2020 regulates the mechanism of delivery of electronic goods and furniture sold through the website.
MOCI emphasized that whoever violates this decision in its first article will be subject to the penalties stipulated by Law No. 10 of 1979 amended by Law No. 117 of 2013 in the matter of supervising trade in goods and services and craft work and determining the prices of some of them with the closure of the shop or the site and announcing this in a visible manner on the door The shop with a referral to the commercial prosecution.
MOCI also stated that all officials should implement this decision and publish it in the official gazette, stressing the need to adhere to the decision because of the exceptional circumstance that the country is going through calling on consumers in the event that companies do not adhere to the decision not to hesitate to file a complaint via the hotline 135 (KUNA) –