Online toy retailer Fidget Australia was the subject of 56 complaints by NSW consumers in June 2017, more than any other business since Fair Trading began publishing its monthly Complaints Register.
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Coffs Harbour residents will soon have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of consumer rights and responsibilities when the NSW Fair Trading consumer and business roadshow My Place comes to town next week.
Camden residents will soon have the opportunity to enhance their knowledge of consumer rights and responsibilities when the NSW Fair Trading consumer and business roadshow My Place comes to town next week.
More than 500 Lake Macquarie residents have received consumer advice from NSW Fair Trading as part of its successful ‘My Place’ program.
NSW Fair Trading is urging consumers to do their homework before signing a residential home-building contract, following complaints about builders demanding thousands of dollars in unexpected additional payments.
As many families head off on school holidays today, NSW Fair Trading is reminding consumers of their rights in relation to holiday accommodation.
NSW Fair Trading will again be participating in a range of activities to support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities across NSW during NAIDOC celebrations.
An online retailer of fidget toys has appeared on NSW Fair Trading’s latest Complaints Register, which was published today.
The Complaints Register provides information about businesses that are the subject of 10 or more complaints received by Fair Trading in a calendar month.
Nearly 360 residents from the Tamworth area, including 50 students from the Calrossy Anglican School, participated in NSW Fair Trading’s My Place program in June.
NSW Fair Trading is inviting public comment on draft reforms affecting the state’s retirement villages.