As a concerned citizen, I strongly believe that the "cooling off period" exclusionary limit should REMAIN at $25. I am sure that the DSA would love to see an increase in the exclusionary limit so that yet more honest, trusting Americans can be taken advantage of. I am sure the DSA is trying to influence the FTC to increase the exclusionary limit. However, the FTC is supposed to protect citizens, not predatory "direct selling" companies. For at least the last ten years, the FTC has had their priorities backwards. I am writing to insist that the FTC do it's job in protecting the consumer, and to stop allowing it's actions to be compromised by the DSA.
16 CFR Part 429, Rule Concerning Cooling-Off Period For Sales Made At Homes Or At Certain Other Locations, FTC File No. P087109 #563691-00025
16 CFR Part 429, Rule Concerning Cooling-Off Period For Sales Made At Homes Or At Certain Other Locations, FTC File No. P087109