“Consumer Tips” for fans travelling to EURO 2012
Today, EU Commissioner for Health and Consumer Policy, John Dalli and UEFA President, Michel Platini launch an EU–UEFA consumer information campaign to advise fans travelling to the EURO 2012 Championship.
A website, opened today, accessible from the UEFA Euro 2012 homepage, and from many other websites, including those of the European Consumer Centres, offers tips on how best to prepare your trip and what to do if you have consumer problems when in (or back from) Poland.
The consumer Infoline will be open from today until 31 July 2012 to answer any consumer questions that fans might have when they are in Poland. It will be operated by the Polish Consumer Federation (Federacja Konsumentów), with the funding of the Office of Competition and Consumer Protection in Poland and the European Commission. It will give legal advice on how to resolve concrete cases in Poland.
Free Consumer Infoline : 800 007 707 (when you call from a Polish fixed-line phone or mobile phone with Polish operators) Consumer Infoline +48 228 27 5474 (when you call from a mobile phone with foreign operators. Normal charges apply, including roaming)
For more information on the EURO 2012 tournament: http://www.uefa.com/uefaeuro/season=2012/matches/index.html
For more information on consumer rights: http://ec.europa.eu/consumers/index_en.htm