Four traders charged by FCCC
June 8, 2018 7:13 pm
Four traders in the Western Division have been charged by the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission with abusing the Homes and Farm Care initiatives.
Chief Executive Joel Abraham says they were able to discover these traders in the first round of investigations and will soon be charging more.
“The charges relate to failure to mark price which then takes away a consumers opportunity to be able to do price comparison and as such it takes away their ability to make an informed choice. In the Northern division we’ve confirmed that we will be laying charged on Monday on three traders as well.”
Abraham says that they have engaged more people as they want hundred percent coverage.
He adds that the task force will return from the North this weekend before heading to the Western Division next week to begin their second round of investigations.