Online discount retailer Kogan has paid out $32,400 in penalties after the competition consumer watchdog, the ACCC, found it had made false or misleading representations in a Fathers’ Day promotion about the price of three computer monitors.
Online sales can be adversely affected if a company’s digital infrastructure goes down, highlighting the need for top notch backup and recovery plans and solutions.
Sydneysiders have leapt ahead of their counterparts in Melbourne as Australia’s biggest online spenders, now spending more than double the amount per transaction than Melburnians.
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