• Anonymous
    August 7, 2019
    Unknown
    Australia
    Shane McGrath (Pebs group) is a dodgy and unethical business man that fails to run a business properly and who does not even pay his employees
  • Anonymous
    June 22, 2019
    Unknown
    Australia
    Where are you Shane Mcgrath? In Hawthorn? Wheelers Hill, Frankston? Rosebud, Somerville, Narre Warren, Cranbourne, Berwick.... or your car!
  • Anonymous
    October 5, 2019
    Unknown
    Australia
    I want my money back Shane Mcgrath!
    You are a fraud a thief a conman
    You will be caught
  • Anonymous
    April 23, 2019
    Unknown
    Australia
    Come out come out wherever you are
  • Anonymous
    August 26, 2019
    Other
    Australia
    Where is Helen Mitchell, the pub, the bottle shop, passed out, pokies... who knows?
  • Ex-Associate
    June 17, 2018
    Unknown
    Australia
    I thought Greg Bai was your sidekick Shane! You’re weird.
  • Anonymous
    June 9, 2018
    Unknown
    Australia
    Go f*ck ya self ya AIDS carrying f*cker Shane!
  • Anonymous
    May 23, 2022
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Anonymous

    Shane McGrath has conned and stolen business plans from other companies. So dishonest for so many years.
  • Anonymous
    January 12, 2021
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: RainbowFlagAustralia

    Did some digging this is a guy called Shane McGrath who runs Pebs Group and Ooh Aah Media he has just faced court
    Online directory business in court

    The Fair Work Ombudsman has commenced legal action in the Federal Circuit Court against the operators of an online business based in the Melbourne suburb of Cranbourne North.

    Facing court are PEBS Group Pty Ltd, which sells advertising space in the online directory www.rainbowflag.com.au and the company’s manager and sole director, Shane McGrath.

    The regulator investigated after receiving requests for assistance from telemarketing employees, who had been engaged by PEBS Group to cold call businesses to try to get them to buy advertising space in the online directory.

    A Fair Work Inspector issued a Compliance Notice in February this year after forming a belief that the company had underpaid five employees for periods of work between June and August, 2019.

    Three of the employees were young workers. The inspector believed that four of the employees were paid no wages at all, while the other was not paid for all hours worked, resulting in underpayment of wages and leave entitlements under the Clerks – Private Sector Award 2010.

    The FWO alleges that the company, without reasonable excuse, failed to comply with the Compliance Notice. The notice required the company to calculate and back-pay the workers’ entitlements.

    In line with the FWO’s proportionate approach to regulation during the COVID-19 pandemic, the FWO attempted to secure voluntary compliance before commencing proceedings.

    Fair Work Ombudsman Sandra Parker said that the regulator would continue to enforce workplace laws and take businesses to court where lawful requests are not complied with.

    “Under the Fair Work Act, Compliance Notices are important tools used by inspectors if they form a belief that an employer has breached workplace laws.”

    “Where employers do not comply with our requests, we will take appropriate action to protect employees. A court can order the business to pay penalties in addition to back-paying workers,” Ms Parker said.

    “Any employees with concerns about their pay or entitlements should contact the Fair Work Ombudsman for free assistance.”

    The Fair Work Ombudsman is seeking penalties against PEBS Group and Mr McGrath. It also seeks orders for the company to comply with the Compliance Notice, which includes rectifying any underpayments in full, plus superannuation and interest.

    PEBS Group is facing a maximum penalty of $31,500, while Mr McGrath is facing a maximum penalty of $6,300. A directions hearing is listed in the Federal Circuit Court in Melbourne on 11 November 2020.
    /Public Release. The material in this public release comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. View in full here.
    Tags:Australia, Award, business, coronavirus, court, covid-19, fair work, Fair Work Act, Federal, Internet, Melbourne, Ombudsman, online business, penalty, regulation, space, superannuation
  • 0405707339
    October 18, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Shane Mcgrath aka Sean Miller

    Criminal, scam, Google these;
    Shane Mcgrath arrest Melbourne
    And
    Shane Mcgrath Pebs Group Fairwork
    He is running again!!!!
  • Australian citizen
    October 16, 2020
    Unknown
    Australia
    Caller: Shane Mcgrath

    Beware of this person and this business, he owes over $200,000 in court fees and to other businesses from the past, it’s important you know who he is. Please beware.
    See this link;
    https://www.fairwork.gov.au/about-us/news-and-media-releases/2020-media-releases/october-2020/20201013-pebs-litigation-media-release
  • Pens group
    February 3, 2020
    Silent call
    Australia
    Caller: Who are these people listed

    There are so many pathetic people who just write crap on these sites. This number relates to pens group not the other company that is spoken of. Haha
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  • Anonymous
    April 21, 2018
    Unknown
    Australia
    There will be plenty of time to
    Say Ooh Aah! In prison my darling!!!
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    April 21, 2018
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