Get help resolving your consumer problem from both Australian and international consumer protection agencies.
Your local state and territory consumer protection agency (sometimes called 'consumer affairs') can provide you with information about your rights and options. They may also be able to help negotiate a resolution between you and the seller.
- Access Canberra
- NSW Fair Trading
- NT Consumer Affairs
- Office of Fair Trading Queensland
- SA Office of Consumer and Business Services (CBS)
- Tasmania Consumer, Building and Occupational Services (CBOS)
- Consumer Affairs Victoria (CAV)
- WA Consumer Protection - Department Of Mines, Industry Regulation and Safety
The International Consumer Protection and Enforcement Network (ICPEN) is an organisation composed of consumer protection authorities from over 60 countries. ICPEN's website provides useful information on how you can resolve cross-border disputes.
ICPEN also maintains the eConsumer.gov website where you can report international scams and other consumer complaints.
The US Federal Trade Commission maintains a list of consumer protection and competition authorities worldwide.