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Impact Vol. 3, 2021

| Impact newsletter

In this issue: The 2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report released Crime Stoppers: AMVIC’s newest partner Most common complaint types from 2020 – 2021 and how to reduce them How to update salespeople on AMVIC Online  Read Impact Vol. 3, 2021

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2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report just released

| Consumer bulletins

2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report highlights: Peek at the highlights for the fiscal year (page 2). How the new AMVIC Online improved stakeholder experiences and streamlined the complaint process for consumers (page 7). Find out the five most common complaint types submitted to AMVIC’s consumer services department (page 10). Read about enforcement actions and

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2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report now available

| Industry bulletins

2020 – 2021 AMVIC annual report highlights: A look at AMVIC’s fiscal year highlights (page 2). How the new AMVIC Online improved stakeholder experiences by streamlining profile access and levy reporting (page 7). Find out the five most common complaint types submitted to AMVIC’s consumer services department (page 10). See the number of investigations opened

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AMVIC’s newest partner: Crime Stoppers

| Industry bulletins

In our efforts to protect consumers and industry from unfair practices in Alberta’s automotive business industry, AMVIC regularly works with local agencies and organizations such as Edmonton Police Service (EPS), Calgary Police Service (CPS), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Alberta Transportation, the federal Fraud Prevention Forum Partners, and now Crime Stoppers. Should a situation

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AMVIC’s newest partner: Crime Stoppers

| Consumer bulletins

In our efforts to protect consumers and industry from unfair practices in Alberta’s automotive business industry, AMVIC regularly works with local agencies and organizations such as Edmonton Police Service (EPS), Calgary Police Service (CPS), the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP), Alberta Transportation, the federal Fraud Prevention Forum Partners, and now Crime Stoppers. Should a situation

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