SUR: The primary court in Sur issued five judicial rulings against a recruitment office for violating the consumer protection law. The convicted was sentenced to a month in prison and a fine of RO 2,900. The judge also ordered the closure of the recruitment office for one year. Earlier, the Consumer Protection Department received several complaints against the recruitment office for failing to deliver the service in accordance with the contract terms. In these cases, domestic workers refused to continue with their work prompting the complainants to return them to the office and demand money-back guarantee from the office but their request was denied. They filed a complaint with the consumer protection department. After completing the documents, the consumer protection department referred the complaints to the court.
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