Tree loppers charged (Sean Weinthal / Mitch Grisbrook)

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Consumer Protection has charged two tree loppers with breaching the Australian Consumer Law.

Sean Robert Weinthal of Wanneroo faces nine charges including failure to comply with laws related to unsolicited consumer agreements and failure to provide information about his identity and street address.

Mr Weinthal’s nephew Mitchell Craig Grisbrook of Connolly faces five charges including failure to comply with laws related to unsolicited consumer agreements and failure to provide information after being served a compulsory notice.

Both Mr Weinthal and Mr Grisbrook appeared in the Perth Magistrates Court on 9 November 2018. Mr Weinthal’s case was adjourned until 14 December 2018 and Mr Grisbrook’s matter was adjourned until 7 December 2018.

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Media Contact: Alan Hynd, (08) 6552 9248 / 0429 078 791 / alan.hynd@dmirs.wa.gov.au  

Sean Weinthal (left) and Mitchell Grisbrook (right)
Sean Weinthal (left) and Mitchell Grisbrook (right), by ahynd
Sean Weinthal (left) and Mitchell Grisbrook (right)

 

Consumer Protection
Media release
29 Nov 2018

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