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Which three companies received the most complaints?

NSW Fair Trading has revealed the most complained about businesses in November.
NSW Fair Trading has revealed the most complained about businesses in November. AntonioGuillem

SANTA is not the only one "keeping a list and checking it twice” with today's publication of NSW Fair Trading's consumer Complaints Register for November.

The NSW Fair Trading Commissioner, Rod Stowe, said the register has continued to prove popular with more than 100,000 individual visits to the register since its launch.

Electronics businesses top the latest complaint list, with Samsung electronics taking out the top spot on the register with 28 complaints this month.

Apple and Android Enjoyed tied at second position with 26 complaints.

Qantas has made its first reappearance since August and ticket reselling agency Viagogo appeared for the first time.

"Since the launch of the Complaints Register in August, we have remained committed to providing this open data source so that the rest of the community has access to the same information Fair Trading has on the complaints track record of the most complained about traders in NSW,” Mr Stowe said.

"The Complaints Register has been met with positive and enthusiastic feedback from consumers around the state, and the Productivity Commission has recently expressed interest in this work.”



Missing swimmer on north coast, search underway

HAZARDOUS SURF: Surf lifesavers are pleading with the public to stay out of the water this weekend after one of the biggest rescue days occurred on Saturday and swimmer is still missing on the north coast.

Hazardous surf warning and one swimmer missing

Ute and truck smash on highway

CRASH RESCUE: At 2am on Sunday the Westpac Life Saver Rescue Helicopter was called out to a crash involving a ute colliding with a truck on the Pacific motorway near Brunswick Heads.

Pacific Highway blocked after ute and truck smash

Ferry return to service delayed

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Service will not resume as expected

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