Cold callers sold farming couple enough printer ink to last 1700 years
Posted on The Age
, by Tom Cowie and Liam Mannix
"Cold calling salespeople who bullied a farming couple with one home printer into buying enough ink to last them nearly 1700 years acted illegally, a tribunal has found.
The Melbourne-based office supplies company has been ordered by the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal this week to pay more than $90,000 to the Queensland cattle farmers after it sold them more than 2000 printer ink cartridges.
The company's jet-setting CEO and owner regularly posts on social media showing how the business has helped fund his glamorous lifestyle, which includes BMW cars and nights out in Las Vegas..."[Read More at TheAge.com.au