Aussie consumer rights regulator throws the book at Fisher and Paykel Appliances

Tue, 12 Nov 2013

Nov. 12 (BusinessDesk) - The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has filed proceedings against Haier-owned Fisher & Paykel Appliances over the marketing of the whiteware maker’s extended warranty. Australia’s competition watchdog claims F&P Appliances subsidiary Fisher & Paykel Customer Services and UK warranty provider Domestic & General Services made false or misleading representations about customer rights under the statutory guarantee scheme in marketing an extended warranty, the ACCC said in a statement. The regulator alleg...

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