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Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
29 August 2019

Product safety officers with South Australia’s consumer watchdog have pored through more than 400 showbags ahead of the start of the Royal Adelaide Show this week.

 

Liquor, Gambling & Lotteries
Media releases
22 August 2019

South Australia’s gambling regulator has warned people against signing up to illegal, offshore gambling sites.

Work & Business Licenses
Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
21 August 2019

An undischarged bankrupt barred from operating as a business director has been fined nearly $9000 for misleading consumers and carrying out unlicensed building works.

Work & Business Licenses
Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
9 August 2019

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has warned consumers against doing business with a Torrensville-based company supplying and installing solar panels, following multiple complaints.

Consumer & Business Advice
Media releases
25 July 2019

People who receive paper bills in the mail should check to see if it is costing them extra – and if it is, look into how to avoid the extra charge.

Work & Business Licenses
Consumer & Business Advice
Public warnings
10 July 2019

South Australia’s consumer watchdog is warning the public against dealing with a Campbelltown-based man advertising washing machine repairs following complaints of unsatisfactory services.

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Associations & Cooperatives
CBS updates
3 July 2019

Read the July 2019 edition of CBS Connect

Consumer & Business Advice
CBS updates
Media releases
28 June 2019

South Australia’s consumer watchdog is warning the public against hiring an unlicensed builder with prior convictions for taking deposits and failing to deliver the services.

Work & Business Licenses
Media releases
27 June 2019

South Australia’s consumer watchdog has reminded electrical contractors to ensure they are licensed, after a company director was fined $5000 and ordered to pay $800 in prosecution costs for aiding and abetting a company to conduct business as an electrical contractor without a licence.

Work & Business Licenses
Media releases
18 June 2019

People living the lower South East, the Riverland and the Adelaide Hills are being warned to keep a close eye out for so-called “bitumen bandits” that have been targeting consumers in the area.

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