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Beware the pitch: banned traveling salesman back in northern B.C.

A traveling salesman, once banned from selling in B.C. for 5 years, is back in business-- and back in trouble with regulators. In 2005 Lloyd Schell, Jr. was banned from selling in British Columbia for five years after selling overprice vacuums to seniors. Now he's back, selling potentially bogus water filtration to seniors in Quesnel. CBC's Eric Rankin has the story: 
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