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ACCC takes Ultra Tune to court

Fishy tuner: Ultra Tune has allegedly breached the trust of its franchisees by failing to comply with the Australian Consumer Law and Franchising code of conduct, according to the ACCC.

Alleged violations in the Franchising code of conduct land Ultra Tune in hot water

General News logo22 May 2017

- Ultra Tune is being taken to federal court by the Australia Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) for alleged breaches to Australian Consumer Law and a failure to comply with the Franchising Code of Conduct.

- The Franchising Code of Conduct stipulates that franchisors, in this case Ultra Tune, need to adhere to certain rules when dealing with a potential, and existing, franchisees, some of which include providing a risk/reward outline, transparency in the use of money for marketing and advertising, and both parties acting in ‘good faith’.

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