How do I contact Fairtrade?

How do I contact Fairtrade?

If you have a complaint regarding certification or licensing, please contact [email protected] and review the Fairtrade assurance policy here.

How do I contact Fair Trade Qld?

Visit www.fairtrading.qld.gov.au or call 13 QGOV (13 74 68) for information and your nearest Fair Trading Office.

How do you email fair trade?

Fair Trading complaint contacts like Phone, email and support form

  1. Complaint via Phone number : 13 32 20.
  2. The Complaint via Email : [email protected].
  3. Complaint via Support Form : Fair Trading Support Form.
  4. Fair Trading complaint website : fairtrading.nsw.gov.au.
  5. Tweet: nsw_fairtrading.

How do I access Fair Trading in NSW?

The closest services are available at Service NSW, located at 27-31 Argyle St, Parramatta. For a full list of locations that provide counter service for Fair Trading, visit the Service NSW website.

Are Cadbury fair trade?

They announced that Cadbury Dairy Milk will no longer be Fairtrade certified. Instead, all Cadbury products will be brought under Mondelēz International’s in-house sustainability programme, ‘Cocoa Life’. It has been seven years since Cadbury Dairy Milk became Fairtrade certified in the UK.

How do I cancel a fair trade complaint?

How to cancel a service

  1. Contact the service provider verbally or in writing to explain the problem.
  2. If relevant, also ask the service provider to compensate you for any damages or losses caused by the problem.

Does the Office of Fair Trading still exist?

History of OFT It existed from 1973 to 1 April 2014. OFT ‘s responsibilities passed to a number of different organisations when it closed.

What does the Queensland Office of Fair Trading do?

The Office of Fair Trading serves Queensland consumers and businesses by: • providing information and advice about their rights and responsibilities • helping resolve marketplace disputes • licensing a range of occupations • investigating unfair business practices • prosecuting unscrupulous businesses • registering …

Who is fair trading office?

Department of Customer Service
NSW Fair Trading is a division of the New South Wales State Government’s Department of Customer Service in Australia. The division’s focus is to create a fair, safe and equitable marketplace in New South Wales. It investigates allegations of unfair business practices, and regulates goods sold in New South Wales.

Is Fair Trading in Service NSW?

A range of Fair Trading services are now available over the counter at Service NSW locations throughout New South Wales. To find your nearest location please use the Service Centre locator.

Why is Cadbury no longer Fairtrade?

Fairtrade logo to be dropped from Cadbury packs, but will new ethical labels confuse consumers? Cadbury chocolate products will no longer carry the Fairtrade logo starting next year, as part of a growing trend for businesses to take their ethical production standards in house.

Why is Cadbury not Fairtrade anymore?

They announced that Cadbury Dairy Milk will no longer be Fairtrade certified. A year later, the company was the subject of a hostile and controversial takeover by US multinational Kraft, though not before they had converted the Green & Blacks range owned by Cadbury to Fairtrade.

How to contact the Office of Fair Trading?

Representatives of media outlets may contact our media team for official comment from the Office of Fair Trading. Find our details and what we can do. We can send you resources that clarify your rights either as a consumer or business and industry. We are always looking for ways to improve our service.

How does the Fair Trading Act protect consumers?

The Fair Trading Act protects consumers from misleading and deceptive trader behaviour, and unfair trading practices. These behaviours can include anything from false claims about what a product is made from or where it comes from, unfair sales practices, and key details being hidden in fine print.

What are the Fair Trading laws in QLD?

The QLD Office of Fair Trading administers the QLD Fair Trading Act 1989. See their website for information on business rights and responsibilities. Consumer and Business Services administers the SA Fair Trading Act 1987. It provides businesses with information on fair trading laws, advertising, handling complaints and warranties.

How to give feedback to NSW Fair Trading?

To provide compliments, suggestions or complaints about a service you have received, visit the Feedback about our services page. Telephone: 13 14 50 and ask for an interpreter in your language. Make a request for information under the GIPA Act (previously Freedom of Information).