Secret shoppers with disabilities less satisfied with telecom options

One in five potential customers for telecommunications services “perceived that they may have faced misleading or aggressive sales practices,” and telecom shoppers with disabilities are “significantly” less satisfied with their options than those without disabilities, according to a “secret shopper” report released Tuesday by the CRTC. 

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TekSavvy will count bills from Bell, Rogers against debts until it receives retroactive payments

Beginning with its next invoice, TekSavvy Solutions Inc. will not be paying its wholesale fees to BCE Inc. and Rogers Communications Inc. as invoiced, instead “setting off amounts owed, with interest, against amounts charged on their monthly invoices for regulated wholesale services,” according to a letter filed Thursday with the regulator.

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CRA says court should reject Iristel’s second ask for tax returns

The Canada Revenue Agency has argued that Iristel Inc.‘s second request for the Federal Court to make the CRA release tax returns Iristel says it is owed should be struck, either because the request has effectively already been denied by the courts, or constitutes an “abuse of process,” according to a motion to strike from the country’s tax authority filed Monday. 

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