Crossline Truck & Auto Sales and related companies in receivership

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Edmonton— Alberta automotive consumers should be aware that a Receivership Order was granted by the Court of Queen’s Bench of Alberta effective May 18, 2018 against the following AMVIC licensees: Crossline Truck & Auto Sales Ltd. (a.k.a. City Auto Truck Sales, Crossline Trucks and Toys Yellowhead, City Auto Truck Sales, Signature Tire @ Crossline Yellowhead … Read More

AMVIC suspends Roadsport Autocredit’s business licence due to consumer complaints

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Edmonton— Roadsport Autocredit (aka 403 Car Loan, Credit Amnesty 2012, 1800Approved.ca, 1800Approved), located in Calgary, has stopped business operations and the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) has suspended their business licence effective April 13, 2018. AMVIC is investigating consumer complaints regarding unpaid third party warranties, gap insurance concerns and mechanical issues relating to consumer … Read More

SkyCo Auto Credit Inc. business licence suspended

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Edmonton— The Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) has suspended the business licence of SkyCo Auto Credit Inc. due to an excessive risk of financial harm to consumers, effective Feb. 26, 2018. AMVIC is investigating five consumer complaints received in the past month regarding allegations against SkyCo Auto Credit Inc. Four consumer complaints relate to … Read More

Leduc Motor’s business licence cancelled

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Edmonton— BFF Auto Inc., operating as Leduc Motor’s (aka Leduc Motors, Leduc RV’s), has stopped business operations and the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) has cancelled the business licence effective Jan. 30, 2018. AMVIC is investigating numerous consumer complaints regarding Leduc Motor’s. It is alleged that the business may have sold vehicles with unpaid … Read More

AMVIC hires new Chief Executive Officer

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Edmonton— The Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) Board of Directors is pleased to announce that Malcolm Knox will fill the position of Chief Executive Officer (CEO) effective Jan. 29, 2018. “Mr. Knox has extensive qualifications and executive experience, with a proven track record managing change in regulated business environments,” said Bill Burnett, AMVIC Board … Read More

Statement from AMVIC re: Bill 31

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“I want to thank Hon. McLean, Minister of Service Alberta, for her leadership and commitment to consumer protection in Alberta. The changes announced today, through Bill 31, A Better Deal for Consumers and Businesses Act, further support AMVIC’s mandate of consumer protection in the motor vehicle industry. Providing a fair marketplace for automotive consumers and … Read More

AMVIC finalizes Consumer Compensation Fund claims for Treadz

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Edmonton— Letters were sent out on Nov. 15 in regards to the final determination amounts from the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council’s (AMVIC) Consumer Compensation Fund in the Treadz Auto Group Inc. case. Fifty-one claims worth a total loss of $1,138,162 were received between Aug. 28, 2014 and Aug. 28, 2017 related to Treadz. As … Read More

Four new public board members appointed to AMVIC

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Edmonton— Service Alberta has appointed four new public board members to the Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC), bringing the total to 11 members. “These individuals each bring their own unique skills and experience that will strengthen and diversify the board overall,” said Doug Lagore, CEO. “AMVIC is excited to work with the board to … Read More

AMVIC impersonator attending automotive dealerships

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Edmonton— AMVIC is alerting all Alberta automotive businesses about an individual falsely claiming to be an AMVIC representative. AMVIC was recently notified by multiple licensees that they were targeted by an AMVIC impersonator. In one known instance, an individual attended an automotive business falsely claiming to be an inspector. Throughout the conversation, the individual changed … Read More

AMVIC improves consumer protection and ensures fair enforcement

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Edmonton— Alberta Motor Vehicle Industry Council (AMVIC) has hired for the positions of registrar, human resources manager and legal counsel, directly acting on recommendations outlined in the 2016 Report on Governance and Operations commissioned by Service Alberta and conducted by Management Consultant George Cuff. Brenda Chomey has joined AMVIC in the newly created position of … Read More