QCA joins CHOICE in calling on Ministers to reject planRead More Queensland consumers oppose plan to scrap travel protection
Ministers must keep commitment to travel industry protection.Read More CHOICE says don’t leave travellers high and dry
CHOICE’s 2012 Shonky Awards expose 8 consumer lemonsRead More Which is more Shonky: the water wasting lemon or the Cabcharge gouge?
CFA’s consumer survey is open to all Australians.Read More Let the consumer voice be heard: take our survey now!
Consumers will now know how much they will be charged for contacting others whilst overseas.Read More New industry standard to ease global roaming pain
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
Improvements are needed to the Travel Compensation Fund – but do some States want to scrap it?Read More Unknown future for Travel Compensation Fund
The nation’s consumer affairs ministers met in Adelaide to discuss national approaches to significant consumer issues.Read More Consumer Affairs Ministers discuss national approaches
Consumers should have a say on the future of the Travel Compensation Fund they’ve paid for.Read More Ministers should ask consumers on Travel Compensation Fund
The government has called on the ACCC to stamp out misleading fuel price advertising.Read More An End to Misleading Fuel Prices?
The Victorian Taxi Industry Inquiry has called for sweeping reforms of the taxi and hire car industries.Read More Victorian Taxi Industry Inquiry release Draft Report
CHOICE says the National Airline Customer Advocate Scheme will begin improving Australian consumers’ rights in flight, but falls short of the finished product.Read More National airline advocate two steps forward, one step back