The electricity price comparison website will make it easier for consumers to assess whether it pays to switch electricity supplier or electricity supply agreements. The website provides price information, contact information and details about terms of payment.
The Norwegian Financial Services Complaints Board (FinKN) deals with disputes that arise between finance companies and their customers in service areas such as insurance, banking, financing, securities funds and debt collection. Before a complaint can be dealt with by the Complaints Board, you must first lodge a complaint with the institution concerned which must then be allowed a reasonable period to reply to the complaint.
You can complain about the work and behavior of an appraisor in connection with the valuation of residential and holiday homes. (In Norwegian only)
This agreement and the Tenancy Act (husleieloven) regulate the Tenant’s and the Lessor’s rights and obligations in the tenancy. A rental agreement must be drawn up in writing. The Tenancy Act takes precedence over any contractual terms and conditions.
As a consumer you can make a complaint against a company's marketing and/or the term of agreement. Send the complaint to The Consumer Ombudsman (CO), which is an independent administrative body with the responsibility of supervising measures in the market. Aalso see the complaint form. (In Norwegian only)
On the web portal Your Europe you can check if EU air passenger rights apply in your case.
The purpose of the debt register is to prevent problems i private households by giving banks and other providers of credit the possibility to check how much credit and consumer debt a loan applicant has. (In Norwegian only)
When shopping in a physical shop, you’re at the mercy of the shop’s own product exchange policy. You’re only entitled to a cooling-off period if you didn't buy the goods in a permanent shop, e.g. online or doorstep purchases.