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Forrester Kurts acknowledges representations regarding negative gearing opportunities of real estate, and the availability of Qantas Frequent Flyer Points for purchasers, are in contravention of s52 and s53(e) of the Trade Practices Act.
On 25 July 2001 the Commission accepted a Variation to this Undertaking. The Variation provides that the Undertaking will cease to have effect from 1 August 2001.
In or about February 2001, Archery Wizard Australia sent to five Australian archery retailers a letter with an attached price list offering the retailers the opportunity to become retailers of Merlin Bows.
Apollo is an importer and wholesaler of bicyles and cycling accessories. The s87B Undertaking addresses conduct of Apollo in breach of 65C(1)(a) of the Trade Practices Act 1974, in that it had supplied helmets to retailers that purported to be suitable for use whilst cycling but which did not comply with the mandatory standards for bicycle helmets as prescribed under the Act.
Advertisements appeared in APN Newspapers between July 2000 and April 2001 promoting a employment service offered by Pty Ltd where callers to a 1900 premium rate telephone service (at $2.48 per minute) would be guaranteed work, and be entitled to discounts on accommodation and removalist costs.