Consumer Stuff Film Fest resources

This page provides links to information to assist Consumer Stuff Film Fest competition entrants develop their video ideas.

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Shopping rights

Consumer Affairs Victoria

  • Our website provides extensive information on issues facing consumers. Of particular interest is the MyShopRights mobile app, which is free to download. For more information, view our Shopping section.
  • ConsumerStuff is a series of resources containing considerable information on shopping rights. The activities in these resources address VELS, VCAL and VCE learning outcomes. For more information, view our Secondary teacher resource books page.

MoneyStuff (NSW Department of Fair Trading)

This site is for young consumers in NSW. It has considerable information about a wide range of shopping issues in the 'Just the facts' section.

The website features 'The Zone', which provides your class with a range of interactive games linked to consumer issues including shopping rights and responsibilities.

Visit the MoneyStuff website.

Get out there (QLD Office of Fair Trading)

Learn about a range of shopping rights and general consumer issues as you wander through the virtual city in this interactive site.

Visit the Get out there website.

Youth Central (Youth Affairs Victoria)

A youth-oriented website. The sections 'Managing money' and 'Know your rights' are especially relevant.

Visit the Youth Central website.

Scams (consumer fraud)

Consumer Affairs Victoria

Our website provides extensive information and resources on consumer fraud (scams). Of particular interest is the 'Scams quiz'.

View our Scams section.

MoneyStuff (NSW Department of Fair Trading)

This site is for young consumers in NSW. It has considerable information about a wide range of scams in the Just the facts section. Of particular interest is the ScamBuster app.

Visit the MoneyStuff website.

SCAMwatch (Australian Competition and Consumer Commission)

Anything and everything on how to detect and avoid scams from the leading Australian scam prevention agency.

Visit the SCAMwatch website.

MoneySmart (Australian Securities and Investments Commission)

This award-winning website has a wide range of information to help consumers manage their money and avoid scams.

Visit the Scams section of the MoneySmart website.

Last updated: 31/12/2013

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