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Amazon Australia Joins Kogan, eBay and Catch in ACCC Investigation

The ACCC is adding Amazon to its watch list, citing its concerns over the favouritism it may play over other sellers on the platform.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 29 Apr 2022
ACCC to Take Booktopia to Court over Alleged Misleading Claims on Refunds

The ACCC has instituted Federal Court proceedings against Booktopia for alleged 'false or misleading claims on refund rights'.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 10 Dec 2021
Decathlon Responds to $1.5 Million ACCC Fine

Decathlon has been hit with a $1.5 million fine from the ACCC for selling items that did not company with the applicable mandatory safety standards. 

Power Retail By Power Retail | 17 Aug 2021
Kogan, eBay, Amazon and Catch Under Investigation from ACCC

Online marketplaces Amazon, Kogan, Catch and eBay are going under the microscope by the ACCC as the online landscape continues to develop and grow.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 22 Jul 2021
Mosaic Brands Fined $630k for Misleading Hand Sanitiser Claims

Mosaic Brands has been issued a fine of $630,000 for misleading the public about its hand sanitiser and face masks between March and June 2020. The ACCC has issued five infringement notices to the Company. 

Power Retail By Power Retail | 31 May 2021
Kogan to Pay $350k for Misleading 'TAXTIME' Sales

Kogan is set to pay a fine of $350,000 for 'misleading tax time promotion', the ACCC has reported. 

Power Retail By Power Retail | 07 Dec 2020
Kogan Sued by ACCC for Price Jacking Claims

Australian online retailer, Kogan, is being sued by the ACCC for allegedly raised prices on its products, and falsifying discounts.

Ally Feiam By Ally Feiam | 23 May 2019
Woolworths Eco-Fail – Misleading Consumers

Woolworths is facing a potential $1.1 million penalty for allegedly making false, misleading or deceptive claims about its Select Eco range of disposable bowls, plates and cutlery.

ACCC Warns About Digital Sourcing

The ACCC has issued a public warning notice about the conduct of overseas online retailer Digital Sourcing, formerly known as Luxstyle, for misleading Australian consumers to pay for unsolicited goods.

Power Retail By Power Retail | 11 Jan 2018
ACCC Warns it Won't Protect Retailers From Amazon

The ACCC is warning Australian retailers that it is not illegal for Amazon or any other retailer to undercut prices in order to gain more business, following a new amendment to Australian competition law.

ACCC Cracks Down on Online Retail Returns Policies

The ACCC says it’s currently directly engaged with 12 clothing retailers to ask them to amend their online returns policies to avoid confusing or misleading consumers

Power Retail By Power Retail | 17 Nov 2017
Online Retailers Winners from New Surcharge Regulations

New regulations that takes effect today sees every retailer and business across Australia banned from hitting customers with excessive surcharge fees when they pay with their credit card or EFTPOS.