The 10th consumer Complaints Register was released by NSW Fair Trading today, and has highlighted some significant stats and milestones.
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As part of the annual Plumbing Health Check program, a team of Fair Trading staff, including licensed plumbers, Indigenous community liaison officers and Master Plumbers Association members have carried out minor plumbing work in Indigenous communities.
NSW Fair Trading’s My Place roadshow will help educate local consumers, traders, licensees, landlords, and residents when the program visits Hornsby next week.
NSW Fair Trading has released the results of the March Complaints Register today, with a record 36 businesses recording more than 10 complaints for the month.
Nearly 300 residents from Narooma, including 65 students from Narooma High School, participated in NSW Fair Trading’s My Place program last month.
Nearly 200 residents from Parkes and Forbes participated in NSW Fair Trading’s My Place program last week.
The program focused on consumer rights and the responsibilities of real estate agents, motor dealers and repairers.
NSW Fair Trading is warning consumers not to deal with Sam Robinson, also known as Bassam Marouche, who enters into contracts for residential building work through his companies ATS Group (NSW) Pty Ltd and BMF Building Consultants Pty Ltd.
A random audit of more than 300 people working in the real estate industry has shown more than 20 per cent of them are not compliant with legislation requiring real estate agents to undertake ongoing education.
Tragically, up to two children die and hundreds of children are injured in Australian households every year by furniture or TVs toppling over.
NSW Fair Trading is warning consumers not to deal with Avant Automotive Pty Ltd, which trades as Autoline Sydney and Advant Automotive.