Stop Consumer Exploitation

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Consumer exploitation has been one of the major problems facing most countries especially where a fixed price policy has failed. You will experience that in most of our banks, hotels, supermarkets, and other product and service providers, the prices of the same product/service, brand and quality varies from shop to shop.

This problem has led to increase traffic of window shoppers, wastage of time and high cases of consumer exploitation.

This project is all about a system whereby the consumer installs software (apps) in a smart phone or computer, after the installation process the consumer can then type in all the goods/services she intends to buy. The software will then automatically give him/her the total price of the commodity and the name of the nearest and most affordable store/supermarket/bank/or hotel.

This will actually save the consumer from exploitation and also reduce the time/money spent on window shopping. It will eventually also help the government in price control.

HOW THE SYSTEM WORKS
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information flows from the seller(shops) to a central processing center and to the consumer.The two way flow from the the consumer to the central processing center indicates that the consumer first sends a request(quotation) and the Processing center compares the consumer information with what it has.After comparing the information it then sends back the feedback to the consumer.The feedback may be inform of the cost of the product ,name of the seller and the location of the seller.Actually it will pick the cheapest seller and nearest seller in terms of the distance from the consumer location.

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  • ABOUT THE ENTRANT

  • Name:
    Anthony Wanjala
  • Type of entry:
    team
    Team members:
    LOW-LEVEL YOUTH BUNGE GROUP TEAM MEMBERS 1) EUNICE DAVID 2) ASCAR DAVID 3) JOHNSON CHEGE 4) ANTHONY WANJALA 5) NANCY OKINYI 6) ALEX KIMANTHI 7) DASHWOOD WANJALA 8) JUSTUS MATHEKA 9) AGNES WANJALA 10) SALIM JAMAL 11) AWADH JAMAL 12) DANSON KIZAKA 13) JOHN MUTUA 14) CAROLINE NJAMBI 15) SONIA ATIENO 16) MWANAMKUU HUSSEIN 17) JOHN MAASAI KIOKO 18) MARGARET WANJALA 19) VIOLET WANJALA 20) NELSON MULINGE 21) NELSON MANDELA 22) ASHRAF ABUD 23) JUDITH MWADIMWA 24) HALIMA HUSSEIN 25) CHARLSE BARAZA 26) KENNEDY MWAMBEGA 27) STEPHEN BARAZA 28) GRACE KIBO 29) EDWIN KINYWA
  • Profession:
    Engineer/Designer
  • Number of times previously entering contest:
    2
  • Anthony's hobbies and activities:
    1. Writing projects .Reading ,taking photos,tennis
  • Anthony belongs to these online communities:
    challenge future?facebook,FG CLUB,
  • Anthony is inspired by:
    As a diploma graduate in Aeronautical engineering i have always liked solving things scientifically and i together with members of low-level youth bunge Group decided to undertake this project work.Life is hard and the businessmen want to maximize profits by hiking the prices of goods and services mercilessly.Thats why we decided to "stop exploitation"
  • Patent status:
    none