Indigenous

ACCC takes action against FDRA for alleged consumer law breaches in Aboriginal communities

The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has commenced proceedings in the Federal Court against FDRA Pty Ltd (FDRA) (formerly known as Angel digital) and its shareholder and director Jackson Anni (also known as Temitope Ayodele Anifowose) alleging unconscionable conduct, false or misleading conduct, and breaches of the unsolicited consumer agreement provisions of the Australian Consumer Law in the supply of electronic tablet devices.

Be smart - buy smart

In an endeavour to provide Indigenous consumers with information on their consumer rights, the Be Smart - Buy Smart booklet provides helpful tips and information about shopping rights and responsibilities under Australian Consumer Law.

It is part of a joint consumer awareness initiative by all state and territory consumer protection agencies in Australia, with support from the National Indigenous Consumer Strategy Reference Group.  

Unconscionable conduct in the Indigenous art & craft sector

Know your rights and how to protect yourself - a guide for artists and art centres assisting artists

Reconciliation Action Plan 2016-18

This RAP is a reflection of our firm commitment to contribute to closing the gap between Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people and the broader Australian community.

Are you having trouble paying your energy bill?

Energy retailers are required by law to help customers who have told them they are experiencing payment difficulties or hardship.