Mexico’s consumer protection agency suspends Blue Net Hospital in Cabo San Lucas

Translated by Fulano from an article in BCS Noticias.

[Image: blue-net-profeco-990x660.jpg]

Los Cabos, Baja California Sur – The Federal Consumer Protection Agency’s Baja California Sur (Profeco) office placed suspension seals on the Blue Net de Cabo San Lucas Hospital for violations of consumer protection laws, according to Profeco representative  Isaías González Nava.

The federal official said they received a complaint from tourists, who said they were financially affected, and their priorities is to defend the laws so transactions can be efficient and made with confidence.

“We acted immediately and went ahead and suspended the private hospital from providing services. We found they were not using the services contract registered with Profeco, which impacts the pocketbooks of hospital patients,” he said.

As in the rest of the state, as in this tourist destination, Mexican and foreign tourists are provided attention so they can have a pleasant stay and not be financially impacted, make intelligent purchases of articles and services. He stressed that the United States has issued an alert to tourists who travel to Mexico to go to Profeco if they are dissatisfied with the services they receive. As such, Profeco has received complaints and is providing confidence to those who visit Mexico.

The Blue Net Hospital is located at kilometer 6.3 on the Transpeninsular Highway, in colonia Cabo Bello.