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Selling and offering for sale in Australia nickel cadmium batteries on which appeared a recycling claim. Undertaking to: ensure disposal of batteries by a recycler; advertise nationally the recycling procedures; and make available point-of-sale brochures giving recycling information.
False representations in promotional material and other display documents for vinyl-cladding products. Specifically, the unauthorised use of the AAF `Australian Made' logo, and of misleading technical reports.
DEED: Marketing the Legal and General product involved a number of serious misrepresentations.
Unauthorised use of the Advance Australia Foundation Australian Made certification mark.
Sending invoices for unsolicited, unauthorised advertising to businesses throughout Australia.
Recycling claims for rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries used in IBM computer hardware products. At the time the batteries were sold there were no relevant recycling facilities available to Australian consumers.
Misleading or deceptive conduct, false or misleading representation — Wynn's booklet on its extended warranty product did not mention the existence of a no-claim period. Undertaking given: to waive the no claim period; to contact transferees to discuss possible compensation; and o place multiple corrective advertisements in a major daily newspaper in each State capital city.
Recycling claims for rechargeable nickel metal hydride batteries used in certain NEC computer hardware products. At the time the batteries were sold there were no relevant recycling facilities available to Australian consumers.
Misleading or deceptive advertisement concerning the price of mobile phones, failure to disclose limitation in easy payment plan and failure to disclose cash price.
Following its acquisition of IHL, Davids agreed to dispose of interest in CBL should the Commission find that it is likely to result in a substantial lessening of competition.