Tired? Stressed? Multivitamins may NOT make you feel better.Read More Multi-vitamin marketing easily swallowed by consumers
International price discrimination continues on IT products in Australia, here are some tips on how to avoid it.Read More Cheaper hardware, software and digital downloads? Here’s how
ACCAN has published tips to consumers for avoiding high internet roaming costs.Read More Don’t get trapped by high roaming charges
A new front in the Do Not Knock campaign aimed at reducing harmful door-to-door sales practices in Indigenous communities has been launched.Read More ATSI ‘Do Not Knock’ sticker targets shonky selling
CFA member ACCAN has published a quick review of three popular smart phones: iPhone, Blackberry and Samsung Galaxy. Guess which one is best?Read More Is there an accessible smart phone?
In response to consumer Consumer Action has published a guide to common problems, how to avoid them and where to get help.Read More Consumer guide to common problems in private colleges and training institutions
Buying door-to-door? Door-to-door sales can be a great, convenient way to buy goods and services without leaving your home. Under the Australian Consumer Law, which came into effect on 1 January 2011, you have specific protections and rights when you buy goods and services at your door.Read More Knock, knock. Who’s there?
Global roaming charges are high – indeed some have asked if they are the greatest rip off in history. CFA member ACCAN provides this handy tip sheet to avoid massive smartphone bills.Read More Don’t let global roaming ruin your holiday