FCCC and Prouds enter into voluntary compliance framework

Tejash Patel (Director - Stinson Pearce Ltd) shake hands with Joel Abraham (Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission) during the signing of Voluntary Compliance Framework in Suva. Picture: ELIKI NUKUTABU

IN A bid to safeguard consumer rights, the Fijian Competition and Consumer Commission (FCCC) and Prouds today entered into a voluntary compliance framework to ensure customer grievances are addressed at the shortest possible time.

Prouds director Tejash Patel said their partnership with FCCC would ensure the requirements of the FCCC Act 2010 were effectively implemented so that the company adhered to the agreed roles and responsibilities.

FCCC chief executive officer Joel Abraham said Prouds was the first company to come forth and show its commitment for the initiative and he urged other businesses to show the commitment.

Mr Abraham said FCCC would also provide training for staff members of Prouds to educate them on the requirements of the FCCC Act 2010.

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