Edmonton used car dealer arrested for false advertising

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Dennis Feldman was arrested last week for breaching a court order obtained by the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council. In November 2015, a Court of Queen’s Bench justice ordered Feldman, owner of Miks Motors Inc., to immediately stop operating in the automotive industry. That court order was issued just months after AMVIC cancelled the company’s business licence for operating contrary to Fair Trading Act regulations. Miks was allegedly advertising stock it didn’t own, and was creating ads with images poached from competitors. Feldman is scheduled to appear in court next week.

Read the full article at CBC News.