ECC Iceland

Wednesday, 20. January 2016

The annual report for ECC-Iceland 2015 has been issued, but ECC-Iceland assists consumers having disputes with traders from other countries within the EEA. This means that consumers can seek assistance when having problems regarding on-line purchases or transactions made while on holiday in another EEA-country.

Tuesday, 18. August 2015

On Saturday the 22nd of August will be an open house at the premises of the Consumers Association and ECC-Iceland (Neytendasamtokin) between 12:00-17:00.

Tuesday, 21. July 2015

It is the main tourism season in Iceland and so ECC-Iceland has been very busy these last few days answering queries from tourists who have had some problems relating to car rental. In many cases there have been, or the rental company claims there are, some damages to the rented vehicle.

Tuesday, 2. June 2015

2015 marks the 10 years anniversary of the network of European Consumer Centres (the ECC- Net) established in all 28 Member States of the European Union, Norway and Iceland and co-funded by the EU consumer Programme.

Monday, 1. June 2015

2015 marks the 10 year anniversary of the network of European Consumer Centres (the ECC- Net) established in all 28 Member States of the European Union, Norway and Iceland and co-funded by the EU consumer Programme.

Friday, 22. May 2015

Updated 30/5/15 – The strikes have now been cancelled as new wage agreements have been signed.

It is quite likely that a considerable portion of the Icelandic work force will be on strike in late May and the beginning of June. The announced strikes are as follows:

Friday, 22. May 2015

Updated 30/5/15 – The strikes have now been cancelled as new wage agreements have been signed.

Wednesday, 15. April 2015

On 16th of April 23 European countries will be participating in the European Speed Control Day. Between 6 am to 12 pm speed radars will be in place to monitor speeding.

Speed limitation is 50km/h in urban areas of most of the EU countries.

Monday, 26. January 2015

The annual report for ECC-Iceland 2014 has been issued, but ECC-Iceland assists consumers having disputes with traders from other countries within the EEA. This means that consumers can seek assistance when having problems regarding on-line purchases or transactions made while on holiday in another EEA-country.

Friday, 3. October 2014

ECCs are helping an ever growing number of consumers. There was an 11.1% increase to just over 80 000 in the number of times consumers directly contacted ECCs between 2012 and 2013.

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