Natur-all Pty Ltd trading as Go Natural has given court enforceable undertakings under section 87B of the Trade Practices Act 1974 to the ACCC, after it raised concern that the overall impression created by the labelling and packaging of the following products may be misleading.
Jinlong Shen is a director of ATI Enterprise Pty Ltd (ATI), an importer and distributor of products sold on its eBay store Oz-Mall the Best Store.
Recently ATI supplied a number of cots in Australia that did not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for cots for household use AS/NZS 2172:2003.
The mobile phone retailer Mobile World Operating Pty Ltd (trading as Crazy John's) has admitted to making misleading or deceptive representations regarding certain of its Crazy Phone Plans.
Crazy John's represented that handsets on these plans were "FREE*" or "$0*" when customers effectively paid for the handsets through inflated call rates.
Pacific Magazines Pty Ltd the publisher of Marie Claire a woman’s fashion magazine has given court enforceable undertakings under section 87B of the Trade Practices Act 1974 to the ACCC, in relation to the supply of fashion sunglasses which failed to comply with the prescribed mandatory standard based on AS/NZS 1067:2003 Sunglasses and fashion spectacles.
Fertility Solutions Sunshine Coast Pty Ltd (Fertility Solutions) has admitted to the inappropriate use of two testimonials in an advertising feature published in the Bundaberg and Region News Mail newspaper, promoting its fertility treatment services in the Bundaberg region.
Captain Choppers Pty Ltd (Captain Choppers) trading as Red Dot Stores has provided court enforceable undertakings to the ACCC after one of the products sold by Red Dot Stores did not comply with a mandatory consumer protection notice.
ATI Enterprise Pty Ltd (ATI) is an importer and distributor of products which it sells on its eBay store Oz-Mall the Best Store.
Recently ATI supplied a number of cots in Australia that did not comply with the mandatory product safety standard for cots for household use (AS/NZS 2172:2003).
The ACCC took Federal Court action against EDirect Pty Ltd (trading as VIPtel) following complaints from remote indigenous communities in the Northern Territory that VIPtel were selling mobile phone plans in areas without the relevant network coverage.