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The Right Chef does wrong and ordered to pay more than $10,000

21 August 2015

The state’s consumer watchdog, Consumer and Business Services, has led a successful prosecution against a caterer who took money from a bride-to-be and never showed up on the wedding day, with the court imposing penalties and compensation totalling $10,168.80.

Ian Vetter trading as The Right Chef was convicted in the Magistrates Court this week for an offence under the Australian Consumer Law of accepting payment and not providing services within the period specified.