The sole director of an employment business must pay nearly $10,000 compensation to a consumer after his company failed to provide promised services.
Melbourne Magistrates’ Court also placed Andrew Sackl, 24, of South Yarra, on a 12-month undertaking to be of good behaviour and fined the company, Dynasty Global Pty Ltd, $3,000.
On 14 November, Mr Sackl and the company pleaded guilty to breaching the Australian Consumer Law by:
- accepting payment for employment services from two consumers and failing to provide those services within a reasonable time
- falsely representing to one consumer that he would receive a refund.
Mr Sackl knowingly authorised or permitted the company’s breaches.
The court ordered Mr Sackl to pay $9900 compensation to the consumer within two months. The company must pay $602 in costs.
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