Other regulators and helpful government agencies in different sectors are listed below.
It can be confusing deciding who to contact when you have a consumer problem. This page provides information about where to go for consumer help.
Consumers can be left out of pocket when a business goes bust. For any queries or complaints regarding an insolvent company, you should contact the appointed external administrator.
Consider getting independent legal advice about what options are available to suit your circumstances. You may be entitled to take your complaint to your local state and territory small claims tribunal.
Your local state and territory consumer protection agency (sometimes called 'consumer affairs') can provide you with information about your rights and options. They may also be able to help negotiate a resolution between you and the seller.
Some industries have ombudsmen, commissions, or other bodies that can assist you with dispute resolution.