The authority that Profeco will have comes from the entry into force of the reform of the Federal Consumer Law that of 2018.
The Federal Consumer Attorney’s Office (Profeco) will acquire, as of July 1, the fiscal authority for the collection of fines and the first amount that it will seek to collect will be for 1,500 million pesos.
“As of July 1, we will begin the collection of 1,500 million pesos in fines that are from the second semester of last year and the first semester of this year,” said Ricardo Sheffield, head of Profeco.
According to Sheffield, most of the fines are for breaches of Official Mexican Standards (NOM) of companies in the tourism, energy and food sectors.
The authority that Profeco will have comes from the entry into force of the reform of the Federal Consumer Law of 2018, according to El Financiero .
“Starting in July, we will be able to carry out our own executive management procedures, which means that when a moral or physical person does not want to pay the fine imposed on them, we will have the authority to seize property and property in order to obtain the payment,” he said. Sheffield.
Source: el financiero
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