Ontario cleans house at OLG

It is good news finally to hear “Ontario cleans house at OLG” writing the following three blog entries (first one in 2006),

Ontario lottery retailers cheating unsuspecting winners

Ontario Lottery scam doc wins Consumers’ Association of Canada award

Can OLG (Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation) learn?

2 Responses to Ontario cleans house at OLG

  1. […] Trust is one big challenge in this business. Can Mr. Wallis be trusted? I don’t know Tim at all so I don’t know. Can the whole network of retailers be trusted to do the business fairly and honourably? In the age of online social media, it only takes a few bad apples to expose frauds and problems and breaking any public trust. Even Ontario Lottery has problems with its retailers. […]

  2. […] Trust is one big challenge in this business. Can Mr. Wallis be trusted? I don’t know Tim at all so I don’t know. Can the whole network of retailers be trusted to do the business fairly and honourably? In the age of online social media, it only takes a few bad apples to expose frauds and problems and breaking any public trust. Even Ontario Lottery has problems with its retailers. […]

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