Hotels, restaurants cannot add service charge automatically or by default in food bill: Central Consumer Protection Authority

The CCPA guidelines, issued with the aim of preventing unfair trade practices and violation of consumer rights in this regard, also provides for a National Consumer Helpline number to lodge complaints.

The Central Consumer Protection Authority (CCPA) has issued guidelines stipulating that hotels or restaurant should not add service charge automatically or by default to food bills.

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