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  1. Received a faulty Christmas gift? Use your consumer rights

    2 January 2019 - electronics, whitegoods, and clothing. “This is one of the busiest shopping periods of the year, so it’s important people remember …
  2. ACCC warns consumers to beware of subscription traps

    22 June 2016 - exercise clothing retailer, has cooperated with the ACCC and agreed to change its website after the ACCC raised concerns about … of discounted active wear clothing, Fabletics’ customers were charged a monthly US $49.95 subscription charge for VIP membership …
  3. ACCC re-authorises Homeworkers Code of Practice

    17 February 2011 - 17 February 2011 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has decided to re-authorise the Homeworkers Code of Practice for two years. The code assists businesses in the textile, clothing and footwear industry in Australia to help ensure … clothing and footwear homeworkers. In this way the code helps to reduce the exploitation of homeworkers. Further, by increasing …
  4. New South Wales Rugby League Limited - Notification - N98569

    8 September 2015 - gear, casual apparel, staff uniforms, hats, bags, wet weather gear and referee clothing are not included …
  5. Fusion Retail Brands Pty Ltd - Notification - N96663

    15 March 2013 - Date lodged: 15 March 2013 Type: Exclusive dealing notification Status: Completed Outcome: Allowed to stand Applicant(s) Fusion Retail Brands Pty Ltd Notification number(s) N96663 Summary Fusion Retail Brands Pty Ltd (Fusion) is a retailer of clothing, footwear and accessories participating in an ANZ program known as the ANZ Gift with Purchase program which is offered …
  6. ACCC takes action against Cotton On over children’s nightwear

    6 October 2011 - 6 October 2011 The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has instituted legal proceedings in the Federal Court, Melbourne, against Cotton On Kids Pty Ltd and Cotton On Clothing Pty Ltd. The ACCC alleges that Cotton On sold … flammable clothing increases the risk of burns if it catches fire. The ACCC also alleges that by offering the nightdresses …
  7. ACCC accepts undertakings for incorrect labelling of Cotton On boots

    5 September 2008 - 5 September 2008 Cotton On Clothing Pty Ltd, which operates 164 retail stores throughout Australia, has acknowledged … Cotton On Clothing retail outlets made available for sale to consumers a Home Boots footwear product. The labelling … When the issue was bought to their attention, Cotton On Clothing cooperated with the ACCC by removing the term 'Lambskin' …
  8. New technology and digital disruption bring new challenges for consumer regulator

    15 March 2017 - sold defective goods such as clothing, electrical items, or household appliances. “The ACCC will be looking at consumer …
  9. Myer Pty Ltd - Notification - N94871

    2 August 2010 - Date lodged: 2 August 2010 Type: Exclusive dealing notification Status: Completed Outcome: Allowed to stand Applicant(s) Myer Pty Ltd Notification number(s) N94871 Summary Myer proposes to supply or offer to supply a specified discount on clothing merchandise from the Myer Miss Shop department to consumers on condition that they purchase the Shop Til You Drop …
  10. Penalty for Kimberly-Clark for false claims flushable wipes were made in Australia

    16 February 2021 - 16 February 2021 The Federal Court has ordered Kimberly-Clark Australia Pty Ltd to pay a penalty of $200,000 for misleading consumers by falsely representing on its website that its Kleenex Cottonelle ‘flushable cleansing cloths’ were made in Australia, when they were actually made in Germany, South Korea or the UK. The false representations were made on the product …