Online comparison website iSelect has been ordered by the Federal Court to pay $8.5 million in penalties for making false or misleading representations about its electricity comparison service.
Australia’s competition watchdog, the ACCC, is taking the online comparison website iSelect to court over allegations of misleading or deceptive conduct and false or misleading representations in relation to its energy plan comparison service.
Product comparison firm iSelect says it has seen an average increase of about 40% in the number of Australians inquiring about changing their Internet plans after the festive season.
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