On Monday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) launched a competition for carrel machines, after an inquiry into the marketing of carrel-style electronic products, including carrel desks, which were marketed with misleading images and misleading claims.
The competition is called the ‘new carrel’.
The ACCC is launching the competition to promote consumer awareness of misleading advertising and the marketing practices of carrells, which have been found to be misleading.
The ACCCC said that over 90% of consumers had received misleading messages about carrel devices.
The company is seeking a $500,000 prize for each product.
The rules say that the ACCC must ensure the product is advertised accurately and accurately, with a minimum of 1.5 million carrel products sold in Australia in 2016.
Carrels were first introduced to the market in the 1990s and quickly became popular with home owners who were seeking ways to keep their home neat and tidy.
In 2018, the ACCCC launched an inquiry and found that many carrel sales were being conducted in Australia using fake addresses and phone numbers.
The investigation also found that some manufacturers and retailers were making misleading claims about the effectiveness of the carrel, including claims that it could improve the energy efficiency of homes.
The commission has also launched a review into how carrel manufacturers are marketed to the public.
Carprels are widely used in the home and office space.
They have a built-in power supply, which means they are more compact and quieter than a traditional desk or chair.
They also allow you to set up the unit in your home office without having to use a separate desk.
There are over 60,000 carrel models sold globally.