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Freelaw Pty Ltd trading as Super Toyworld in Darwin has provided an undertaking pursuant to section 87B of the Act in relation to allegations that Toyworld supplied bicycles which did not comply with the Pedal Bicycles Standard (AS : NZS 1927:1998).
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.
Ampco Automotive Pty Ltd and Australian Disc Brakes Pty Ltd are responsible for the manufacture and distribution of disc brake pads. The Commission expressed concern that the packaging used by Ampco and ADB gave consumers the impression that the brake pads sold by Ampco and ADB were Australian Made.

This Part A Competition notice dated 6 September 2001 (in force 30 November 2001) was: varied on 30 November 2001; and revoked on 15 May 2002

Quix operates 99 convenience stores across Australia, except the Northern Territory and Tasmania, retailing automotive products, groceries, fast food, and other consumable products. In conjuction with the convenience stores, Quix also sells Mobil branded petroleum.
Tele Choice Pty Ltd ("Tele Choice") sells telecommunications products and services and in March 2001 offered a free bicycle to consumers who entered into a contract to purchase a mobile phone. The bicyle failed to comply with requirements of the mandatory standard.
Variation to Undertaking received on 16th May 2000 from Moore Talk Communications Pty Ltd.