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  1. Advice for ‘Aussie Sheds Albany’ customers affected by bankruptcy

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Consumer Protection has issued advice for customers of Aussie Sheds Albany affected by the bankruptcy of its sole proprietor Armand Javellana. The business closed this week after taking payments from consumers for the c ...

  2. Commissioner's blog: Be in the know about demos

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry There’s a lot to like about demonstrator vehicles – they’re practically new cars with very few kilometres that sell for cheaper prices than you’d otherwise pay for a genuine new motor. Another bonus is th ...

  3. Patio tradie takes $18,000 in deposits without doing any work (Nicholas Kay / Better Priced Patios)

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Consumers seeking the services of a patio installer are warned to beware of a man who advertises via Facebook Marketplace. Nicholas (Nick) Kay of Forrestdale, trading as Better Priced Patios (unregist ...

  4. Avoid Perth petrol price rise

    This announcement is for:  Business / company Consumer Motor industry The average price of regular unleaded petrol (ULP) is set to increase by over 28 cents per litre (cpl) to 132.6 cpl tomorrow, so FuelWatch is encouraging Perth drivers, if they can, to ...

  5. First step towards better consumer protection in the tow truck industry in WA

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Motor industry Consumer Protection has launched a period of community and industry consultation with the view of determining whether the regulation of tow truck businesses and those working in the tow ...

  6. Consumer complaints mount against Albany shed seller – warning issued (Aussie Sheds Albany / Armand Javellana)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Consumer Protection is warning consumers about an Albany shed seller who appears to have accepted a large amount of money in deposits and full payments but has failed to deliver. In the past week, Consumer Protection ha ...

  7. Commissioner's blog: Sea container investments not so water-tight

    This announcement is for:  Consumer If you’ve seen an advert promising big returns on an investment in shipping containers, then our advice is to consider whether it may be a scam or Ponzi scheme. WA ScamNet is aware of $800,000 of losses in Western Austr ...

  8. Live stream scammers target Consumer Protection Awards

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company Live stream scammers have targeted the Western Australian Consumer Protection Awards virtual event on Facebook prompting a warning from the consumer watchdog’s fraud prevention section WA ScamNet. Due ...

  9. Vehicle parts seller to pay $26,000 for operating a ‘Ponzi scheme’ business (Gordon German / Green Oval Experience)

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Motor industry A man who operated a business selling specialist motor vehicle parts as well as conducting driver training courses was fined $10,000 by the Armadale Magistrates Court on 31 July 2020 and ordered to pay co ...

  10. South West builder on notice for work without permit – Matthew Dean Jansen

    This announcement is for:  Builder Consumer Permit authority Home buyer / owner A Bridgetown builder has been formally cautioned for carrying out work without a building permit and failing to follow the required plans and standards. The Building Services ...

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