Bell Pays $10 Million To Settle Misleading Advertising Claim
Tags: bell / competition bureau / misleading advertising
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It seems to me that whether or not the “maximum fine” is an impressive figure or not depends very much on the sum difference between advertised and actual rates since 2007.
It could just be a cost of doing business.
Do we know who actually complained to the Competition Bureau?
I like how Bell’s denial of wrong-doing that you linked to says nothing to explain the difference in interpretation.