Consumers have spoken up against motor dealerships across the State, as the NSW Fair Trading Complaints Register reveals Heartland Motors and Ford Motor Australia have received over 10 complaints each for the month of October.
NSW Fair Trading
Consumers from culturally and linguistically diverse (CALD) communities in NSW will have a better understanding of their rights with new videos released by Fair Trading in multiple languages.
The NSW Fair Trading Complaints Register has this month revealed that consumers are frustrated with traders in the travel industry with Qantas and Flight Centre appearing on the register for the month of September.
A new agreement that reduces the administrative burden on registered charities has been signed by NSW Fair Trading and the Australian Charities and Not-for-profits Commission (ACNC).
Electronic gadget retailers have dominated the July NSW Fair Trading Complaints Register, with a total of nine electronic companies featuring on the monthly list.
Kogan and Samsung took out the top two spots, with 42 and 33 complaints, followed by Harvey Norman with 31.
NSW Fair Trading Commissioner, Rose Webb, has today given notice of her intention to impose a building product use ban under the Building Products (Safety) Act 2017.
Consumers are warned not to deal with Allan James Piggott, also known as Allan Chisel.
A Motor Dealer in the Western Sydney suburb of Villawood has been ordered to pay more than $8,500 in the Parramatta Local Court for making false or misleading representations.
Consumers are being warned not to deal with Nader Soliman, an unlicensed motor dealer who continues to trade despite being disqualified.
Consumers are being warned not to deal with unlicensed contractor Jack Younes, who was recently convicted and fined $75,000 over home building and consumer law offences.