Best Buy To Pay Penalty

In a latest development, Best Buy has agreed to pay $3.8 million for knowingly selling and distributing 16 different recalled products from 2010 through 2015. The information has been made public by Consumer Product Safety Commission. The Commission says Best Buy sold recalled products about 600 times.
CPSC staff charged that Best Buy failed to implement adequate procedures to accurately identify, quarantine, and prevent the sales of the recalled products across all of its supply channels. Staff also charged that Best Buy, in some cases, failed to permanently block product codes due to inaccurate information that signaled that the recalled product was not in inventory. At other times, the blocked codes were reactivated prematurely, and in a few cases, overridden.

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