Have you lost power in the past? Vector Limited has been penalised $3.5 million for excessive level of power outages. Keep an eye for our power special coming soon!! #consumerrights #power
An insurance loophole that you need to know and we reveal some of the worst offenders when it comes to food packaging. It’s your favourite show. Monday 7:30pm on TVNZ1. #consumerrights #fairgo
When the All Stars Marching Band had troubles with their order for boots and a refund, Fair Go intervened. They got their money back and also some shiny new boots! #fairgo #consumerrights #letthemarchbegin
He's at it again! Our runaway builder from last week has another unhappy customer. Another Fair Go investigation into Heath Larnach Construction Limited and John Sear. And there's some good news - sort of - for Steve, who featured in our latest installment. This is from Smith and Sons South Island, who terminated John Sear's Dunedin West franchise in November. “We are pleased to inform you that we are working through to a positive resolution with Steve. Unfortunately, we can’t comment further to the details but we are actively engaged with him." Smith and Sons South Island says it did not receive its franchisor fee in relation to the job and therefore isn’t holding $9000 of the money Steve paid John Sear’s company to renovate his home. “We are stepping up to the plate in this situation and we do so proudly on behalf of other Smith & Sons Franchisees across NZ who do a great job for our clients every day.” Fair Go hopes there’s even better news soon - let us know if you have anything to add that might help. #consumerrights #fairgo
You can change your name, but not your reputation it seems. Yet another Fair Go investigation into Spot One car company, which is rapidly becoming a Fair Go regular. Please watch and if you happen to have any legal expertise, we really think Steven and Kelly could use your help. #fairgo #consumerrights #aboutkiwisforkiwis
Stephen and Kellys car purchase turned into a nightmare after the transmission conked out, and Spot One car yard didnt want to know.
John Sear has left a trail of unhappy customers, who are owed tens of thousands of dollars.
Marching team’s South Island championship hopes took a tumble after Korkers fails to deliver on order
It took getting Fair Go on the case for the Christchurch marching group to have the matter sorted.
A rogue car dealer is back in the Fair Go spotlight .. plus turns out last week’s runaway builder has another unhappy customer .. and the marching team missing some vital kit. It’s a show we’re proud of. Monday 730 PM TVNZ1 #consumerheroes #aboutkiwisforkiwis #qualitytelly
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