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Commission On Lookout For Online Scams

Online traders, who engage in obtaining financial advantage from customers by deceit, have been warned by the Fiji Commerce Commission to stop doing so. Fiji Commerce Commission chief executive officer,
05 May 2017 11:00
Commission On Lookout For Online Scams

Online traders, who engage in obtaining financial advantage from customers by deceit, have been warned by the Fiji Commerce Commission to stop doing so.

Fiji Commerce Commission chief executive officer, Joel Abraham, said any matter of such incidents reported to the commission would be investigated and dishonest operators would be taken to task.

Mr Abraham made the comment after receiving a complaint about a wedding decorator who allegedly deals with customers online and deceives them after receiving deposits for the job.

He said if there were people facing such situations, they could always lodge their complaints with the commission.

Edited by Caroline Ratucadra

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