Court finds Vancouver businessman misled public
- October 16, 2009 3:35 PM
- By Enza Uda
From an announcement by the Competition Bureau in Ottawa, October 16, 2009:
The Federal Court of Appeal found that Premier Career Management Group and its president, Minto Roy, convinced clients to pay $5,000 to $7,000 each, by misleading them to believe that the company would use its extensive network of links to senior-level executives to arrange job interviews; and find jobs quickly for clients, typically within 90 days.
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