The Competition Bureau of Canada reaches a settlement with Canadian furniture retailers who have to donate $750 000 in furniture to charities (Leon’s and The Brick)

Leon’s And The Brick Donate $750,000 In Furniture To Settle Buy Now, Pay Later Complaints* Canadian furniture retailers, Leon’s and The Brick, have agreed to donate $750,000 in furniture to charities to settle concerns raised by Canada’ Competition Bureau about their advertising of buy now, pay later

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  • Affleck Greene McMurtry (Toronto)

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Michael Binetti, The Competition Bureau of Canada reaches a settlement with Canadian furniture retailers who have to donate $750 000 in furniture to charities (Leon’s and The Brick), 20 February 2018, e-Competitions Bulletin February 2018, Art. N° 88698

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