New Zealand online lender Moola has agreed a settlement with the country’s competition regulator the Commerce Commission requiring it to credit or refund approximately $2.8 million to current and former borrowers, after acknowledging the Commission’s view that it charged unreasonable credit and default fees.
After the ACCC raised concerns about Telstra's disclosure of the size of its viewing screen available on mobiles and tablets, the telco is "offering refunds to some AFL Live Pass app subscribers".
A brand new update from Samsung Electronics Australia has just arrived in my inbox concerning replacement Note7 devices – here’s what you need to know.
Samsung Australia has confirmed that replacement stock of the Galaxy Note7 is coming to Australian customers from 21 September amid a US recall and airlines warning against Note7 use.
Samsung is to be congratulated for swiftly moving to issue a recall for its flagship Galaxy Note7 smartphone.
A rare fire safety risk that could see the battery in the Beats Pill XL speaker overheat has seen Apple announce a voluntary recall and refund.
A new scheme by PayPal covers shipping costs when online shoppers need to return their purchases.
When is a bricks-and-mortar or online retailer obliged to offer a refund, replacement or repair - and when isn’t a retailer obliged to do so?
This news brief highlights what action companies should take NOW to optimise the value they could obtain from the new R&D Tax Incentive. It also highlights the benefits and NEW FEATURES of the R&D Tax Incentive. It also compares benefits to the R&D Tax Concession, which it replaces.
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Linux is becoming worse than Windows. :-(