Credit Union Was ‘Dishonest’

A credit union that decided to call a farmer’s loans but kept the fact a secret for a month at spring seeding time was dishonest, Manitoba Court of Queen’s Bench has ruled. Financial institutions have a duty to be straightforward with customers, said a Winnipeg judge: “The way the client was dealt with in this case was dishonest and unnecessary.”

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