More legal troubles for N.S. used car business

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A used car dealership in Lower Sackville, N.S., and its salesman are facing legal trouble after a bank and finance company launched civil actions against them.

Great Buys salesman Darren Blumenthal is facing civil action by RBC, along with Alan Jewell and Justin Cormier who work for Carsville, who are all named as defendants in the case.

It’s alleged Carsville breached its contract with RBC by arranging loans for vehicles that were owned by Great Buys, and that Blumenthal, Jewell and Cormier conspired to fraudulently misrepresent the situation.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.