In this issue: Steps to remember when closing a deal Background check process reminder Types of transactions each licence class can complete How to report a curber Read Impact Vol. 2, 2021Read More
AMVIC has once again partnered with the Competition Bureau’s Fraud Prevention Forum to raise awareness on fraud and educate consumers and industry on how to recognize, reject and report fraud. Although March is Fraud Prevention Month, being aware of fraud is a year-round task when it comes to being a smart consumer. Educate yourself YouRead More
In this special edition of Impact: AMVIC improves online portal with new look and feel to make it easier to manage your account; Licence and registration applicants will now use third party for background checks; FAQ to help you understand the changes happening at AMVIC. Read Impact newsletter special editionRead More
March is Fraud Prevention Month and AMVIC is once again partnering with the Competition Bureau’s Fraud Prevention Forum to raise awareness on fraud and educate consumers and industry on how to recognize, reject and report fraud. Shopping online during the pandemic The pandemic has changed the way we do many things, in particular our shoppingRead More
Effective Tuesday, March 16, 2021, there will be a change in the process of background checks for all business and salesperson applicants. All applicants will be required to obtain a background check at their own cost. The RCMP has changed their policy and AMVIC will no longer be able to use the Canadian Police InformationRead More
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