Australian Consumer Law regulators including Northern Territory Consumer Affairs have put the training industry on notice after a two year national compliance and education project targeting misleading, deceptive and unconscionable conduct by training providers and marketers revealed a number of unethical business practices.
The Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, Gary Clements has issued a public warning to consumers and businesses not to deal with Matthew James Eccles known as Matt James trading as Projection Plus.
Consumer Affairs officials through Consumer Affairs Australia and New Zealand are undertaking a review of the Australian Consumer Law throughout 2016 to assess whether the law is working effectively and what could be improved.
Dick Smith Holdings Ltd (DSH) was placed in receivership on 5 January 2016.
Territorians now have instant acess to consumer affairs advice and support regarding their rights as tenants and as shoppers after the launch of two new mobile smartphone apps, rentNT and ShopNT.
The Commissioner of Consumer Affairs has issued a public warning to consumers to exercise caution when dealing with Express Professional Services an on-line business offering end of lease cleaning services.
A public warning has been issued to consumers by the Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, Gary Clements, to exercise caution when dealing with Colin Thompson trading as Esoteric Mind Specialist and The Addiction Doctor.
The NT Consumer Affairs Commissioner is warning Territorians to beware of another spate of scam scratch and win cards and colourful brochures which are being sent in the mail from Malaysia.
Amendments to the Residential Tenancies Act (‘RTA’) will transfer the jurisdiction formerly exercised by the Commissioner of Tenancies to the Northern Territory Civil and Administrative Tribunal ('NTCAT') from 1 June 2015.
Northern Territory Consumer Affairs is helping Territory families get the most out of gift cards for Mum this Mother's Day.