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Work of the CAC Tribunal

Feature | November 30, 2021
If you have an unresolved dispute with a vendor over a recent purchase, and feel like you need help to get it settled, there’s hope through the Consumer Affairs Commission (CAC). Filing a complaint with the (CAC) gives you access to a range of resources to get your case resolved. One of these is having the matter brought before an independent tribunal.
Presenter: Andrae Palmer
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