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New Zealand company Macpac Wilderness Equipment Limited, trading as Macpac, has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect to representations concerning its outdoor down products, particularly its down sleeping bags.
New Zealand company Arthur Ellis Limited (Arthur Ellis), trading as ‘Fairydown’ and ‘Zone’ has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect to representations concerning its outdoor down products, particularly its ‘Fairydown’ brand down sleeping bags.
In or about May 2005, Forty Winks published and distributed its "Celebration Sale" catalogue throughout Australia.
Janue Pty Ltd (Janue), trading as All Modes Dangerous Goods Training (AMDGT), has provided court enforceable undertakings to the ACCC after making what the ACCC considers to be false and misleading representations on its website.
Mont Adventure Equipment Pty Ltd, trading as Mont, has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect to representations concerning its outdoor down products, particularly its down sleeping bags.
AAA Embroidery & Screen Printing has offered an undertaking that it: will not represent that goods are made in Australia, unless the goods meet the defence test for country of origin claims will advise resellers to remove incorrect labels will undertake trade practices education
Adventure One Pty Ltd, trading as One Planet, has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect to representations concerning its down sleeping bags. Adventure One has represented to consumers that some of its 'One Planet' down sleeping bags contain 100% down.
Paddy Pallin Pty Ltd, trading as Paddy Pallin, has provided a court enforceable undertaking to the ACCC in respect to representations concerning its down sleeping bags. Paddy Pallin has represented to consumers that some of its down sleeping bags contain 100% down.
RJN imported and supplied 1,940 children’s dressing gowns labelled as “Strictly Sleep by RJN” and “Low Fire Risk”. When tested, the garment failed to meet the consumer product safety standard for children’s nightwear and further, may have misled consumers by stating that the garment was a low fire risk when in fact it was a high fire risk.
Melton Craft Pty Ltd has provided court-enforceable Undertakings to the ACCC after representing that particular woodheaters met with the prescribed standard Australian/New Zealand Standard AS/NZS 4013, when testing revealed that they did not.