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How to make a complaint about an advertisement that you have seen/heard

To make a complaint you will need to have seen the advertisement yourself. Visit the Advertising Standards Board - HERE

We have a info sheet about the application process HERE

 

How to complain about something you have seen on TV (not an advertisement) 

You can complain directly to the station but if you are not satisfied with the response, you can complain to the ACMA. You can access the broadcasting complaints form via the ACMA website HERE

 

How to complain about something you have heard on Radio 

If you hear something on the radio you think breaches a code:

Complain directly to the station. If you are not satisfied with the response, you can complain to the ACMA. You can access the broadcasting complaints form via the ACMA website HERE.

 

How to complain about something you have seen on the internet 

If you see something on the internet you think may be prohibited under the Broadcasting Services Act 1992, you can make a complaint to the eSafety commissioner HERE.

 

How to complain about something you have received via a SMS or MMS message

If you receive SMS or MMS you consider to be unsolicited, or if your request to unsubscribe from an SMS or MMS list wasn’t actioned: make a spam complaint HERE