Monday May 31 2004

First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court (Bradley Norrish)

Filed under: Bradley Norrish — Josh @ 8:42 pm

First Aid Kits Land Seller in Court

” …

Bradley Stedman Norrish of Forrest Street East Perth and sole Director of
Employment Protection Australia Pty Ltd will face 30 charges under the Fair
Trading Act, following a recent campaign of promoting first aid kits for sale
through the mail.

Once aware of this company’s activities, Consumer Protection moved quickly to
intercept letters held in a PO Box ready for collection, finding 96 letters
with money orders totaling $26,806 which will be returned to the senders.

The maximum penalty under the Fair Trading Act if the matter goes to the
District Court and the defendants found guilty, is $20,000 for a person and
$100,000 for a company.

… “

I have also been told that there was a Channel Seven news story in Perth on Bradley Norrish last Tuesday (25/5/2004) about this investigation. The footage allegedly included Brad trying to get away from cameras, then saying the first aid kids come from Trafalgar. Then the story allegedly talked about how he is 25 and has a Ferrari, lives in a penthouse apartment in East Perth etc, and how they’d raided a PO Box and seized about $27k worth of cheques that were waiting in it.

Tuesday May 18 2004

Domain Names Australia tries another mail-out (Chesley Rafferty)

Filed under: Chesley Rafferty, Domain Names Australia — Josh @ 8:42 pm

Domain Names tries another mail-out (The Age)

DNA customers get another bill (Australian Financial Review) (requires subscription)

Thursday May 13 2004

Police called in on Anzac Day ‘ruckus’ (Bradley Norrish)

Filed under: Bradley Norrish, Domain Names Australia — Josh @ 6:44 pm

From The West Australian newspaper:

” …

By Michael Reid

We hear aspiring domain name king Bradley Norrish, whose Domain Names Australia was found to have engaged in misleading and deceptive conduct, had a noisy brush with the local constabulary on the eve of Anzac Day last week. Police confirmed they were called to a ruckus at his Forrest Street penthouse in East Perth where partygoers were allegedly tossing bottles from the 15th floor. Police ultimately called for back-up when things spilt on to the driveway and at least five cars turned up before things quietened down. Apparently, it’s not the first visit police have made to the Norrish pad, with the boys in blue also confirming the address was known to them.

… “

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