The review of the ACL is a priority for the organisation in the next two years.
ACCAN's Teresa Corbin given the Charles Todd medal for 20 years of consumer representation on communications issues
65 million attempts to chase debt each year
Consumers Federation joins other groups to call for compensation for victims of poor financial advice
$21.3 million in ombudsman rulings remains unpaid to consumers
COAG-led Energy Consumers Australia welcomes Rosemary Sinclair
Copyright Code will streamline ‘speculative invoicing’ according to communications consumer rights group
ACCAN says rights holders who don't play by the rules should be barred from anti-piracy scheme.
Cartels, unfair groceries and online market place in the sights of competition watchdog
Consumers far better off covering excess with domestic travel insurance
Films part of a wider strategy to increase understanding of consumer rights in remote communities
ACMA congratulates Optus on reduced TIO complaints over two consecutive years
ACMA found that both Dodo and iiNet did not comply with a customer’s authorisation regarding direct debit on multiple occasions
Melbournians are urged to watch out for travelling con men offering cheap roof restoration and repairs