Radio Rentals advertising may not match the fine printRead More ASIC asked to investigate Radio Rentals and its ‘rent try $1 buy’ offer
Court action considered against laggardsRead More Businesses remove unfair contract terms following ACCC review
Affected customers encouraged to contact Credit Ombudsman Service LimitedRead More ASIC shuts down Mobile Rentals
ASIC pings household goods rental businessRead More Mr Rental to refund 1560 customers for unfair contract term
Retail Code allows unfair price rises inside contract termRead More Consumers in the dark on fixed term electricity contracts
Great access to knowledge overview by Matthew RimmerRead More When the price is not right: technology price gouging in Australia
CHOICE’s 2012 Shonky Awards expose 8 consumer lemonsRead More Which is more Shonky: the water wasting lemon or the Cabcharge gouge?
Consumer Action has asked the Credit Ombudsman to take into account the similarities in the complaints.Read More Mass complaint made against Motor Finance Wizard
Length of contract, its clarity and conciseness relevant to fairness of term in online contract.Read More Court deletes unfair term in on-line contract
Consumer Action has lodged a further 26 complaints – and says consumers need better protection.Read More Pay TV, energy, newspapers in ACCC door-to-door complaints
The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) has ordered Punk Jobs to repay $1150 to a dissatisfied customer who alleged he was mislead and that Punk Jobs failed to deliver promised services.Read More Punk Jobs ordered to refund $1150 to unhappy job seeker
Could the problem of one-sided take it or leave it contracts be addressed by developing a trust mark that traders can display to consumers where there contracts meet agreed standards of fairness?Read More A trust mark for fair contracts?