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  1. Racist signs condemned by DMIRS

    throughout WA.” Media Contact Email: media@dmirs.wa.gov.au Building and Energy / Consumer Protection / Labour ... Relations / WorkSafe / Corporate Media release 03 Jul 2018 ...

  2. Wedding photographer to pay fine and compensation for late or non-delivery (Mohammad Amir / Enchanted Films / Dyno Media)

    Contact: Alan Hynd, (08) 6552 9248 / 0429 078 791 /  alan.hynd@dmirs.wa.gov.au    Consumer Protection Media ... Enchanted Films and Dyno Media, was also ordered to pay costs of $5,000 when he pleaded guilty in the Perth ... Consumers having issues with photographers/videographers should contact Consumer Protection by email ...

  3. Commissioner's Blog: Can you spot a scam on social media?

    calls. Social media is a common first point of contact for romance scammers. They may have a fake profile ... on the 15 th of May and aims to help social media users learn how to spot a scam. Social media ... flexibility to shape their methods and communications to match your interests and use of social media. This ...

  4. Commissioner's Blog: Don’t be blind to the risks of novelty contact lenses

    Media   novelty_contact_lenses.jpg, by CP Media   Consumer Protection Department News 10 Nov 2015 ... sight loss from wearing coloured fun contact lenses for 8 hours after buying them online, has gone viral ... with tens of thousands of shares.  You don’t need a prescription to buy novelty contact lenses (also ...

  5. Under the social media influence

    This announcement is for:  Consumer Business / company As more brands turn to social media ... apply. Consumers who feel they have been misled by social media posts or by statements made by ... consumer.  Traders can be held responsible for public comments made by others on their social media pages ...

  6. Commissioner's Blog: Complaining via social media

    Complaining via social media – think before you tweet In the past consumers who wanted others to know about ... letter to a newspaper editor but nowadays it’s commonplace for people to speak out on social media. With ... more and more businesses using social media as a way to advertise products and services and connect ...

  7. Commissioner's Blog: Avoid festival trouble, save your dosh for the mosh

    deduction. Be aware that debit cards do not have the same level of protection. Contact your ticket agent ... cancelled then you will need to consider whether you have a claim for consequential loss Contact your ... www.commerce.wa.gov.au/cp. Commissioner for Consumer Protection David Hillyard, by CP Media David Hillyard, Acting ...

  8. WorkSafe investigates two regional deaths

    work-related death was a tragedy, and relayed his sincere condolences to the men’s families. Media Contact ... : Caroline De Vaney 6251 2363 or 0408 927563 (media enquiries only). caroline.devaney@dmirs.wa.gov.au Follow ... @WorkSafeWA on Twitter WorkSafe Media release 21 Sep 2020 ...

  9. WorkSafe prosecutes companies over death of plumber

    The first mention of this case will be heard on October 16. Media Contact: Caroline De Vaney, 6251 ... 2363 or 0408 927563 (media enquiries only) caroline.devaney@dmirs.wa.gov.au Follow @WorkSafeWA on ... Twitter WorkSafe Media release 03 Sep 2020 ...

  10. Call for 2021 Consumer Protection Awards contenders, nominations now open

    luncheon on Tuesday 20 April 2020. <ENDS> Media Contact: Alan Hynd, (08) 6552 9248 / 0429 078 791 /  ... another relevant role, including within the media. The 2020 winners were an Executive Director who ... producer, program or media outlet for raising awareness and improving understanding of consumer protection ...

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