Register for product safety recall alerts – it’s easy!

Everyone buys products, BUT do you know when something you have bought might be recalled by the supplier?

Most recalls aren’t covered on the TV or radio news. We can’t read every newspaper. But suppliers are required by law to notify the government when they initiate a product recall.

The government makes this information freely available to the public via its Product Recalls website.

By registering for category alerts at Product Recalls Australia, you will be notified any time a product is recalled. You can even select which types of products you want to be notified about.

Nine more failures – Bunks and Bean Bags top the list

A further nine furniture product safety recalls have been reported this month, with Bunk Beds and Bean Bags heading the list and eBay being amongst the sellers under scrutiny. Consumers are urged to know their rights and sellers warned to meet their obligations....

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Baby and toddler cots involved in recall

As published in Baby and toddler cots involved in recall Four models of childrens’ cots have been recalled by the Australian Competition and Consumer...

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Four baby cots recalled in one month

Furniture Complaints is alarmed to learn that four separate baby cots have been recalled the ACCC in just one month.Even more alarming is the fact that all three were sold online.With the impending launch of Amazon into Australia, we’re concerned that...

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