Shoppers who suffered a monetary loss coping with a Saskatoon automobile dealership could also be eligible to file a declare.
The Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) stated a bond issued to MacNeil Motors has been demanded and paid.
A bond is a licensing requirement for dealerships in Saskatchewan.
It contains a sum of cash that the bonding firm agrees to pay if a licensee fails to observe particular guidelines outlined within the province’s Shopper Safety and Enterprise Practices Act.
In accordance with the FCAA’s web site, MacNeil contravened varied sections of the Shopper Safety and Enterprise Practices Act and the Shopper Safety and Enterprise Practices Laws in coping with at the very least 9 customers.
Shoppers who suffered a monetary loss on account of transactions with MacNeil Motors could also be eligible to file a declare for compensation.
The FCAA stated to find out eligibility, customers ought to collect all supporting documentation and make contact with the Shopper Safety Divisions by way of e mail at email@example.com or by telephone at 306-787-5550.
Claims should be submitted by Oct. 20.
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