Request of assistance
Whether you are a consumer or a licence holder, if you suspect an offence has been committed, you may ask for help from the OACIQ Assistance Service, who will analyze the case and determine how to proceed.
You will find in this section the form you must complete to submit a request for assistance, as well as several articles on this topic.
Before doing business with this type of company, it is important that real estate brokers and agents make sure they follow the rules regarding advertising, representations and the soliciting of clients.
On September 30, 2008, the Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) introduced the National Do Not Call List (DNCL), a service allowing Canadians to reduce the number of unsolicited telemarketing calls they receive. Since that date, consumers are able to register their telephone numbers (land, cell or fax) free of charge on the DNCL in order to avoid receiving unwanted solicitation calls.
The Association is issuing recommendations to real estate brokers and agents regarding the iron ochre issue.