Digital advertising company The Community Network says it is overhauling its customer service procedures, and there was “no intent to do the wrong thing”, after it was hit with a court enforceable penalty of $230,000 as the result of an investigation by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
Digital advertising services company, The Community Network, has been fined $230,000 by the Federal Court for breaching Australian Consumer Law (ACL) by engaging in “unconscionable conduct” in its dealings with one small business.
The competition watchdog is taking action in the Federal Court against digital advertising services company, The Community Network, for allegedly engaging in unconscionable conduct in its dealings with two small businesses.
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