Australia’s largest cinema chain, Cinemax, to close cinemas across the country
Cinemax has confirmed that it is closing cinemas throughout the country.
The company’s website states that it has shut more than 1,300 cinemas in the ACT and WA, and the majority of those are located in the regional towns of Lismore and Alice Springs.
Cinemax will also be closing cinemases in Perth, the ACT’s largest city, and in Sydney and Melbourne.
Cinemaktive has confirmed it is doing this due to the severe weather in the area.
Cinemacast is the only film and television company to offer an online service for Australians to watch movies and television shows, including online streaming, in a secure environment.
It also offers a subscription service, with films, TV series and series of video games, and other films, shows and music available for rental.
Cinematicast.com.au has more information on the closure.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said the closure of cinemas is a breach of the ABC and Competition law.
It said that Cinemacasts customer service team has been inundated with inquiries from concerned customers.
“We have received many calls from people who have expressed concerns over the closure and are seeking further information about their experience,” the commission said.
ACCC commissioner Tim Pallas said customers who were affected by the closure should contact their local ABC local news station. “
As a result of these concerns, we have decided to cancel our current customers’ accounts and are not accepting new customers until the matter is resolved.”
ACCC commissioner Tim Pallas said customers who were affected by the closure should contact their local ABC local news station.
“I have asked the ABC to ensure that they have the information they need to advise consumers in the immediate aftermath of this closure and ensure that any information they receive on this will be consistent with the Australian Consumer Law,” Mr Pallas told the ABC.
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