The shortage of water in Mazatlán has led users to buy jugs for up to 50 pesos, when it is normally sold for 12 or 14 pesos depending on the purifier
Mazatlán, Sinaloa.- The Federal Consumer Prosecutor’s Office called on the general public to denounce abuses in excessive water prices before this agency, this in view of the general shortage of the vital liquid that is suffered in the port.
Jorge Palomino Rodríguez, head of the delegation in the city, said that the office doors are open to receive all complaints of any money order, as well as telephone numbers and contacts where to file complaints.
“In any area or any complaint from a citizen, you can make it through official channels, that is, Profeco. There is an email that is; [email protected] or by calling 800-468-8722, where all they have to say is the name of the establishment, the address of the establishment and the complaint or complaint ”, he invited.
Palomino Rodríguez said that the report may be of a price increase or any irregularity that the consumer detects.
“The verifier is going to be in charge of the proceedings and he is going to be in charge of ruling; he is going to raise the office, the act and Profeco is going to punish him in accordance with the law, the office is open for complaints that are of sale or purchase or provision of services ”, he reiterated.
The shortage of water in Mazatlán has led users to buy jugs for up to 50 pesos when it is normally sold for 12 or 14 pesos depending on the purifier.
In the case of pipes that supply liquid in times of crisis, it is reported that these cost from 2,000 to 3,000 pesos, and normally a mobile tank costs around 800 to 1,000 pesos.