Compliance is key: Kathy Townsend, regional manager of Fair Trading, talks to Strandbags manager Julie Graham. With them are assistant commissioner of Fair Trading Andrew Gavrielatos and assistant customer services officer Amanda Ryder.
Compliance is key: Kathy Townsend, regional manager of Fair Trading, talks to Strandbags manager Julie Graham. With them are assistant commissioner of Fair Trading Andrew Gavrielatos and assistant customer services officer Amanda Ryder.

Businesses face Fair Trading visit

BUSINESSES and consumers throughout the Clarence Valley are being urged to learn as much as possible about their rights and responsibilities, according to Fair Trading assistant commissioner Andrew Gavrielatos.

As part of the Regional Access Program, Fair Trading investigators will be checking the compliance of local businesses in Grafton, Maclean and Yamba and hold education seminars.

“Fair Trading wants to ensure that businesses are properly conducting themselves and consumers are happy with the service they are receiving,” Mr Gavrielatos said.

“I’m pleased to say the Clarence Valley has a very good compliance record.”

For more information please visit www.fairtrading.nsw.gov.au



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