Submission: Parliamentary inquiry into Do Not Knock Register Bill
Consumer Action’s submission to this inquiry argues that door-to-door sales causes widespread consumer detriment, hinders market competition, and that greater consumer protections are desperately needed.
To read our full submission, click here: Inquiry into the Do Not Knock Register Bill 2012.
After the public hearing, Consumer Action provided an additional submission pointing to a loophole relating to the permitted hours for negotiating unsolicited consumer agreements in the current Australian Consumer Law. To read a copy of our additional submission here: Australian Consumer Law—loophole relating to door to door visiting hours under unsolicited consumer agreement provisions.