Northern Territory Consumer Affairs has been alerted by the Real Estate Institute of the Northern Territory (REINT) to a scam letter that was received by a property manager that offers landlords living overseas the opportunity to claim tax exemption on rental income.
Australasian Consumer Fraud Taskforce (ACFT) invites you to participate in their scams survey 2014.
Consumer Affairs Gary Clements is warning consumers not to deal with travelling conmen who are working through the Northern Territory offering cheap on-the-spot line-marking for car parks.
Retailers across Australia have had their extended warranty practices examined by consumer protection agencies, including Northern Territory Consumer Affairs.
The Commissioner of Consumer Affairs, Gary Clements, has issued a public warning to consumers not to deal with Nick Ray Electrics Pty Ltd (NRE).
Open invitation to attend the Know Your Rights Expo on 14 August 2013 from 11am to 2pm at the Alice Springs Town Council, Civic Centre Lawns.
The Deputy Commissioner of Consumer Affairs is warning consumers not to deal with Irish travelling conmen touting for bitumen or other home building and maintenance work.
Unsuspecting Australians are continuing to be ripped off by unscrupulous scammers.
As the Dry Season fast approaches, Territory residents are again being warned to be on their guard against travelling con men.
Landlords are allowed to pass on the full cost of water consumption provided:
- the rental premises are individually metered, and
- the tenancy agreement states the tenant must pay for water consumption.