London salesman fills out senior’s cheque in intimidating sales job

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The family of an elderly London, Ont. woman wants a refund on a $3,390 air purifier that was sold during an allegedly aggressive sales job.

The 82-year-old woman was visited by a representative from Fresh Air and Water Exchange and only signed away her money after the salesperson filled out one of her cheques for her.

The company has more than a dozen complaints filed against it with the Better Business Bureau. Police say there is nothing illegal about getting help in writing a financial documents, but London’s fraud unit questions whether the practice is ethical.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.