Furniture company charged with unfair trading practices

Mobility furniture company Anchor Mobility Limited has pleaded not guilty following accusations of unfair trading against the business and its owner.

David Waters, 71, and Suffolk-based Anchor Mobility Limited, appearing at Ipswich Crown Court, submitted not guilty pleas to charges including non-delivery over paid items, misleading commercial practices and failing to refund customer money.

Following an investigation by Suffolk Trading Standards, the court heard that the alleged incidents, which involve around 16 charges, took place from October 2016 to October 2017.

The trial is fixed to begin on 9 October and is expected to last three weeks.


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