There is faulty electrical cabling in thousands of Australian homes and businesses. Time is running out before the cables become a fire or electrocution risk. Act now before it’s too late—get your cable checked.
Before you sign up for a Vocational education and training (VET) course, the ACCC is encouraging you to understand exactly what you are committing to, what it will cost and what the course will deliver.
The ACCC has engaged market research company ORC international to conduct research as part of a project to help us understand how well the role of the ACCC is understood, how effective we are and how well we communicate.
If you get a new mobile phone for Christmas you might also decide to sign up to a new mobile plan at the same time. There are lots of different mobile phone plans out there, and finding a plan that suits you can be difficult.
The ACCC is today celebrating the 40-year anniversary of the Trade Practices Act 1974 (TPA). On 1 October 1974, the TPA took effect and the forerunner to the ACCC, the Trade Practices Commission opened its doors for the first time.
Eighteen electrical retailers and wholesalers recalled Infinity electrical cables due to safety concerns on 27 August 2014.Our frequently asked questions provide detailed information about the recalled cables.
The ACCC has released an educational package for consumers with disabilities. Including a collection of online resources, a scam alert and educational video, the package is designed to help disability consumers be alert to potential scams and understand and exercise their consumer rights.