Barlow Motors Saskatoon customers may be eligible for compensation – Saskatoon

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Customers who purchased vehicles from DBA Barlow Motors Saskatoon may be able to claim compensation.

In December 2018, the Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority of Saskatchewan (FCAA) issued a cease and desist order against Barlow Motors.

The FCAA said at the time it had received information that Barlow Motors was operating as an unlicensed vehicle dealer.

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On Tuesday, the FCAA said a bond issued to 1973566 Alberta Ltd. (DBA Barlow Motors Saskatoon) has been demanded and paid.

The authority said a bond is a licensing requirement for dealerships in the province.

It comprises a sum of money that the bonding company agrees to pay if a licensee fails to follow specific rules outlined in the province’s Consumer Protection and Business Practices Act.

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Consumers who suffered a financial loss as a result of transactions with Barlow Motors Saskatoon may be eligible to file a claim for compensation.

The FCAA said to determine eligibility, consumers should gather all supporting documentation and contact the Consumer Protection Divisions via email at [email protected] or by phone at 306-787-5550.

The last day to submit a claim is Oct. 6.

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