A Vancouver law firm is going to court against DHLb41bfad3-b8b3-4c39-9f2f-7a1947c955fe, alleging the courier giant profited by misrepresenting some of the fees it charges customersSo long as Albertans continue to get vaccinated in strong numbers.
According to a proposed class action filed in B.C22edf960-5286-4138-9ac1-e1a49cdb76ce. Supreme Court last week, the?North American operations for DHL’s express courier delivery service have been requiring customers to pay extra fees to receive their parcels by making claims that are “false, misleading and deceptiveCommences two to four weeks after Phase Three when 75 per cent o.”
Court documents claim that DHL leads customers to believe that fees they must pay once a parcel arrives from out of the country are government import and tax fees — when a large portion of them are actually going to DHL as a “processing fee.”
“I don’t think anybody has any difficulty paying for taxes and duty that’s properly owing and payable,” said the Vancouver lawyer behind the class actionThe population has been fully vaccinated, Scott Stanley.?
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