NSCP receives daily complaints on private school fees

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AMMAN — The National Society for Consumer Protection recently revealed that the association has been receiving daily complaints for the past month. These complaints predominantly involve private schools raising their fees for students by high percentages, reaching as high as 20 to 30 percent.اضافة اعلان

He noted that while NSCP primarily focuses on consumer-related issues related to goods, it is important to recognize that private schools also provide a service that falls within the association's purview for handling complaints, Jo24 reported.

He went on to highlight that the association publishes annual reports on the received complaints, encompassing concerns related to private schools. In the current year, a plethora of complaints has already been registered regarding the escalating fees imposed by private schools. This situation warrants the Ministry's intervention, led by the minister himself, to ensure the welfare of Jordanian consumers. This is particularly crucial since household budgets for consumers are allocated to various other necessities such as food, electricity, water, and even home rent.

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