The Consumer Council of Fiji (CCOF) is a statutory organization established under the Consumer Council of Fiji Act -1976 (Cap 235).
Na “Consumer Council of Fiji”(CCoF) edua na tabana ni matanitu vakataki koya ka yavutaki ena lawa ka vakatokai, na “Consumer Council Act 1976(Cap 235)”.
According to Ministry of Health and Medical Services, one of the major risks to Fiji’s population is the rising crisis of non-communicable diseases (NCD’s).
The Consumer Council provides free debt management and consumer credit advisory services in Suva
A consumer had been promised by a garage mechanic that his vehicle would be repaired within a month.
Counterfeit phones can have differing features to genuine models.
Disappointed? Don’t Know What To Do, Where To Go? Who To Call? Call out National Consumer Helpline on 155
Are you surprised, frustrated or confused? Do you know exactly what you are paying for? Have you thoroughly read your Credit Contract? Do you know your financial obligations? If NO,
As Justice of Peace interact with the community and people for mainly social work, they are entrusted to continue assisting and serving the needs of the poor and disadvantaged.
If you owe someone money, a bailiff may be asked to recover the debt. You need to know how to deal with Bailiffs if they contact or visit you, and what your rights and obligations are.This brochure is designed to tell you how to deal with Bailiffs.
This brochure is a guide to Consumer Council of Fiji on what you should know about us, our vision, mission, principles, functions and services. It also will tell you about your rights and responsibilities as a consumer.
There are a number of consumer protection agencies established to assist you with your consumer needs. This brochure is designed to help you understand the roles and legislative (legal) powers of the consumer protection agencies in Fiji. Case studies are also demonstrated to guide you to the agency best suited to deal with your problems.
Social responsibility refers to the continuing commitment by an organization to become responsible for the impacts of its decisions and activities through transparent and ethical behavior. It takes into consideration labor practices, human rights, environment and consumer protection.This brochure will help you to understand social responsibility from a consumer perspective.
Moneylenders can be a convenient and flexible source of loan, as they often offer small loans over short periods of time. In Fiji the Money lending Act (MLA) 1978, which is administered by the Ministry of Justice, recognizes money lending as a legitimate business. This brochure is helpful in guiding moneylenders and borrowers to know their […]
The Consumer Council of Fiji under the AUSAID project titled “Consumer Financial Protection & Building Credit Competency for Vulnerable Consumers” is now offering Debt Management & Consumer Credit Advisory Services to assist consumers who are in debt by giving advice on their current financial problems, help them reorganize their finances and many more. For more information,