For a two-week period in early September 1999, a television advertisement was broadcast on a number of occasions on a Townsville television station. The advertisement was placed by a representative of Relyt P/L and S & S Thomson Investments P/L, the corporate owners of the used vehicle dealer, Dollar Wheels.
Sherpa Outdoor Equipment Pty Ltd (Sherpa) incorrectly labelled their Polytherm range of thermal underwear as a composition of Polypropylene and Spandex. The actual garments were labelled 95% Polypropylene and 5% Spandex.
Mavjon Investments Pty Ltd, trading as Country Snack Delights, made false representations in relation to its "Muesli & Apricot Slice" and "Fruit Cocktail Slice". These representations were in contravention of ss.
In July 1999 Ray White (Real Estate) Pty Ltd trading as Ray White Investor Services published an advertisement in the July edition of the Express in Townsville. The advertisement promoted the theme of beating the GST and was titled 'Property investors beat GST'.
It was alleged that Brumar Services Pty. Ltd. had failed to pass on the 29 July 1999 reduction of wholesale sales tax from 32% to 22% for their "Aerial" brand watch, in breach of s. 75AU TPA. Brumar undertakes to place point-of-sale corrective advertising, to offer refunds to customers, and to institute a compliance program concerning s.
Gasgo has provided this Undertaking for the purpose of settling Court proceedings instituted against it by the ACCC. Gasgo undertakes not to exercise its pre-emptive right, contained in a gas purchase agreement between Gasgo and the Mereenie Producers, in respect of third party gas sales, in specified circumstances.
One.Tel has provided undertakings in response to ACCC concerns about their reliance on variation clauses to vary its mobile phone customer contracts in breach of TPA Sections 52, 53, 53(g), 51AB. One.Tel undertakes to amend contract, not to vary existing customer contracts, provide refunds, finish TPA compliance program and sign up to ACIF Code.