S18(1) Australian Consumer Law: A person must not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or is likely to mislead or deceive

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5 Responses to S18(1) Australian Consumer Law: A person must not, in trade or commerce, engage in conduct that is misleading or deceptive or is likely to mislead or deceive

  1. conrad says:

    This is actually even more annoying for regular travellers in Aus, as Hungry Jacks is the only thing open in Melbourne and Adelaide airports late at night, and it already smells so foul I can’t bring myself to eat it. I wish someone selling decent food would stay open later. Perhaps Hungry Jacks could increase their sales by doing false advertising on their smell as well by pumping something that smells like food through the air.

  2. dahl says:

    If a picture paints a thousand words, what do four pictures paint?

  3. derrida derider says:

    Yes, I still remember the time as a young man when I bought a car and my sex life hardly improved at all, especially as the dealer unaccountably forgot to include any of the delightfully enthusiastic and scantily clad young women in the ads.

    And then there was the dismal failure of that brand of washing detergent to return my old white shirts to the pristine colour they had when I first bought them …

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