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ACCC takes Samsung to court over smartphone claims.
Aged care provider apologises but ACCC takes it to court.
ACCC forces airlines to stop misleading consumers over their refund rights.
Find out whether you’re entitled to a refund, repair or replacement.
ACCC targets the number of unsafe consumer products being sold online.
Hearing aid retailers fined $2.5 million for misleading age pensioners.
Charity scammers labelled ‘particularly appalling’ as warnings swirl.
Customers to be refunded cost of unwanted games and ringtones.
If companies are ‘ripping off consumers’, we’ll take action, Treasurer promises.
ACCC says it is prepared to sue executives who approve misleading ads.
The ACCC’s latest broadband speed data shows some concerning results.
People aged 45 to 64 most at risk, ACCC warns.
Irate members have their say on all that’s wrong in the energy sector.
Report predicts annual savings of between $290 and $415.
Watchdog heads to court with supplier as chorus grows for royal commission.
ACCC reports 39 per cent increase in consumer guarantee complaints.
ACCC cracks down on excessive payment surcharging.
Retirement village operators are coming under closer scrutiny.
Australians have reported losing over $13 million to investment scams.
Have you fallen foul of one of the many SMishing scams doing the rounds?
The ACCC has released a handy weapon to help you become more scam savvy.
ACCC warns consumers about the latest tricks targeting your computer.
The ACCC is seeking tougher penalties on big business.
The giant furphy peddled by Nurofen has cost it dearly.
Public inquiry into internet companies’ failure to deliver advertised broadband speeds.
The ACCC’s annual scam report shows that Aussies lost $229 million in 2015.
With the ACCC taking an interest, are fuel prices about to drop?
Two of Australia's leading airline found guilty of breaching consumer law.
The ACCC has issued a warning of a new scam primarily aimed at pensioners.
The ACCC has delivered a scathing review of the private health insurance industry.
The ban on excessive fees could save customers up to $100 per year.
An ACCC draft decision may see internet prices fall for millions of Australian internet users.
Telstra has been fined $102,000 for a misleading iPhone 6 advertisement.
The rate at which petrol prices rise and fall could be about to change.
While mistakes can’t always be avoided, you can try and learn from them, including those ...
The Weirs lost their life savings in the Storm Financial collapse.
A whopping $90 million was reported lost to scams in 2013.
The ACCC has found tech giant Apple to be in breach of Australia’s consumer laws.
The ACCC has reported a 65 per cent rise in online shopping scams.
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