THE TV ADVERTISING BUSINESS IS BASED ON 5 VIOLATIONS OF CANADIAN LAW.

WITHOUT PREJUDICE.
COMMERCIAL TV ADVERTISING IS BASED ON CRIME, COMMITTED BY BROADCASTERS.
Here are the PROVEN facts about television advertising.
1/ DISCRIMINATION. TV Broadcasters are dealing with two customers, TV subscribers, and TV advertisers. Broadcasters are obligated to treat both parties in an equal manner. However, TV advertisers are treated to receive huge benefits. On the other hand, TV subscribers are being used to serve the advertisers, who are taking possession of the TV subscribers TV units and stealing their pre-paid time to watch their advertisement. They are being treated by broadcasters in a way of suppression and humiliation.
2/ EXPLOITATION. TV Subscribers are legally NOT required to participate in the business of advertising but are being forced by broadcasters to do so. Against their will, TV subscribers have to watch how their private properties (TV units) are being used for profit-making by others and their TV sets are longer providing enjoyment as was intended.
3/ THEFT.                                                                                                                                                   TV Subscribers are required by broadcasters to pre-pay for the service they are supposed to receive. But after using the service for a very short time, the broadcaster stops servicing the TV subscriber and starts servicing the advertiser, stealing the pre-paid viewing time from the TV subscriber for that purpose. During that advertising time, TV subscribers cannot use their devices for the purposes they bought them for. They are being forced to execute the agreement between broadcaster and advertiser, witness it or, turn off their devices. Advertisers are paying big money for the services TV subscribers are providing, but the proceeds are absconded by the broadcasters.
4/ SLAVERY.                                                                                                                                              The existence of the commercial advertising business, a billion-dollar industry, is exclusively based on the FORCED participation of the TV subscriber. Without their participation, there is no advertising business at all. The TV subscriber is employed without payment. They are the real reason, the advertising business is making big profits, but the proceeds end up in the pockets of the slave drivers.
5/ MONEY LAUNDERING.                                                                                                                      The proceeds of this undeniable crime end up as regular profits, processed in the daily business of the broadcasters. But broadcasters get away with it with the help of the Government but not for long anymore.
We, at CFIC GROUP, have asked the Government agency, the CRTC, to comment on these allegations if they think they are unfounded. But NO reaction received.

URGENT LAST LETTER TO THE CRTC Government Agency for the media.

WITHOUT PREJUDICE.
C F I C  G R O U P  D U N C A N  B C  C A N A D A.                                                                               Re/ TV commercial advertising.                                                                                                        Duncan July 10/2019.
To; The “Canadian” Radio-Television and Telecommunication Commission, who are supporting Law violating TV broadcasters.
The members of our group are demanding from the CRTC to take immediate action against fraudulent broadcasters to stop them from putting commercial advertisements on units of TV owners/subscribers.
Broadcasters are guilty of the following charges;
DISCRIMINATION. TV Broadcasters have 2 customers, TV subscribers, and advertisers. They are obligated to treat both parties the same way. However, advertisers are treated with huge benefits. On the other hand, TV subscribers, are being used for servicing these advertisers and are being treated in a way of suppression and humiliation.
EXPLOITATION. TV Subscribers are legally not required to participate in the business of advertising but are being forced by broadcasters to do so. Against their will, TV subscribers have to watch how their private properties are being used for profit-making by others and their TV sets are no longer providing enjoyment as was intended.
THEFT. TV subscribers are required to pre-pay for the service they are supposed to receive. But after using the service for a very short time, the broadcaster stops servicing the TV subscriber and start servicing the advertiser, stealing the pre-paid time from the TV subscriber for that purpose. During that advertising time, the TV subscriber cannot use his/her unit for the purpose they bought it for, but are being forced to execute the agreement between broadcaster and advertiser or to turn off their device. TV subscribers are also in charge of the electricity bill during the time broadcasters are using their units. Advertisers are paying big money to broadcasters for the service which we, TV unit owners, are providing, but the proceeds are absconded by the broadcasters.
SLAVERY. The existence of the commercial advertising business, a billion-dollar industry, is exclusively based on the forced participation of the TV subscriber. Without their participation, there is no business at all. The TV subscriber is employed without payment. They are the engines who keep the business running but the gas bill is never paid by these slave drivers.
The commission must order the broadcasters to put commercial advertising on a separated channel to give TV viewers a choice to watch them or not If not, the commission is also guilty of the four allegations mentioned above. If the commission keeps protecting and supporting the criminal operations of broadcasters, the commission is not a Canadian commission but a criminal commission, a real danger to our democracy.

CC; Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Minister Pablo Rodriguez. Minister David Lammeti. Hon.Jody Wilson Raybould. Party leaders, Greens, etc. Canadian News Papers. Many other members/sympathizers.

LETTER TO THE CRTC.

 

C F I C G R O U P D U N C A N B C C A N A D A.
To; The CRTC Commission. Duncan June 25/2019.
To whom it may concern,
On June 18/2019 we have received your e-mail. First of all, our concerns regarding TV ads is from the CFIC group not from the administrator alone. The CRTC wrote, our concerns are addressed, however, this is not true because none of our questions are being answered by the commission. For that reason closing the file is an abuse of power and not accepted by our group. On the positive side, the commission has not denied our concerns but is refusing to take the appropriated steps to end the criminal operations of broadcasters/service providers. We are just customers buying a certain product which has nothing to do with the broadcasting act the CRTC is referring too. That broadcasting act is not for us, but for the companies who are stealing from us, misusing us, exploiting us and harassing us on an hourly basis. They are able to exploit our television viewing time without our consent, because the CRTC has, without legal authority, giving them permission to perform these criminal actions. We have proven our concerns, the commission has not denied this, but has chosen to walk away from our concerns, clearly in favor of these criminal corporations. The reason is clear, there is nothing to be gained from us. But we will stand our ground. Your advice to contact broadcasters is misleading. They will tell us we must follow the “guidlines” of the CRTC. However, this means we are getting nowhere because the CRTC then moves de responsibility back to the broadcasters. As the commission mentions in their e-mail they will close our file. We are aware the CRTC is taking part in these criminal actions. To allow this unlawful and exploitative misappropriation to continue means the CRTC is complicit.

LAST LETTER TO THE GOVERNMENT AGENCY, CRTC.

Without Prejudice.
C F I C G R O U P D U N C A N B C C A N A D A.
To; The Canadian Radio and Television Commission.
Re/ TV advertising.
To whom it may concern, Duncan June 1/2019.
We have received an e-mail from the CRTC regarding our letters from 27-28 February 2019. As expected we didn’t get an answer to our questions because the CRTC knows very well there is something wrong which is in violation of the Canadian Law. An honest answer will bring that huge amount of advertising money in jeopardy. However, the CRTC admits they regulate the minute’s broadcasters are allowed to broadcast commercial advertising. That means the CRTC is giving broadcasters permission to seize our private properties to be used for commercial purposes. The CRTC has no legal authority to allow broadcasters to use our private properties for any reason without our consent. We have the right of full authority over our properties, no one else. Let’s set the facts straight. We as TV unit owners are signing up with service providers for delivered programming. Commercial messages are not qualified as programs and also not offered for sale by broadcasters/service providers. A commercial message is a way to sell goods and not meant to be used by the owner of the TV unit for that purpose. We as owners have the right to use our TV units the way we want, not to be used by others for profit making. HERE IS A SUMMARY OF UNDENIABLE FACTS.
Broadcasters/service providers are delivering programming for a fee to customers. Every 12 minutes of every hour broadcasters/service providers stop delivering programming for customers and start servicing other customers (advertisers) . This means they are breaking the agreement with TV viewing customers by taking possession of their privately owned properties without their consent and then using them for their own benefits of advertising sales. To provide these services to advertisers for a hefty fee ( which goes to the broadcasters/service providers ), our equipment is being used and we, owners of that equipment are being forced to execute the sold agreement between broadcaster/service provider and advertiser or else turn off their device. If the CRTC consider that as an honest way of doing business, we as a large group of TV users are calling it the biggest theft in Canadian history and the CRTC is supporting this theft. The CRTC is setting up broadcasters and service providers to take advantage of us by giving them the green light to rob us not only from our money ( paid by advertisers to broadcasters and service providers for services we provide) but also from our legal right to use our belongings the way we want. If the CRTC after receiving this letter still refuse to take actions to change their policy regarding TV advertising, we will ask the Minister of Justice to take action. We will never give up until our rights are being recognized.

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WITHOUT PREJUDICE.
C F I C G R O U P D U N C A N B C C A N A D A.
To; The Honourable Minister of Heritage, Mr. Pablo Rodriguez.
Duncan June 10/2019.
Dear Minister,
We have followed your advice and contacted the CRTC. However, the commission refuses to answer our questions about our objections. It seems like the Minister and the CRTC commission don’t wish to understand our objections. TV advertisement is forced upon us without our consent. Let us explain the matter in a way a five- year- old might understand. What do TV advertisers want? They want to use our privately owned TV units to put their message on and, that TV unit owners will take the time to watch and listen to their messages. Nobody else in the world can deliver these advertisers whiches as we, the rightful TV unit owners, namely us. How is it possible broadcasters/service providers can sell something they don’t have and CANNOT deliver? Let us explain what happens next. We, as TV unit owners want to use our devices to use it for the reason we bought them for. We purchased our devices and the service to watch selected television programs, not to watch advertisements. We sign up at an entertainment service provider to broadcast the service we want. We receive that service when we turn on our device and start watching. However, after we start watching our desired program, the service provider stops delivering the program we are watching and start servicing the advertisers they have made a business agreement with. The service provider is using our building, our equipment and is forcing us to execute the deal the service provider has with the other customer, the TV advertiser. The TV advertisers are paying a huge amount of money for the services we are providing.
Broadcasters/service providers are, without our consent, taking advantage of our belongings and pocketing the proceeds from our efforts. A bigger form of exploitation and theft is hardly conceivable. Be aware dear Minister, this all happens under your policy for which you are responsible for. Hopefully, you have now a better understanding of our objections and you will act now accordingly. Theft and exploitation is a serious crime and must stop now. This Government expects from us, to be honest. Being dishonest to us is giving the wrong example and is unacceptable.

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LETTER TO THE CONSUMERS ORGANIZATION CANADA.

C F I C G R O U P D U N C A N B C C A N A D A.

To: Consumers Association of Canada.
Re/TV advertising.
Duncan March 12/2019.
To whom it may concern,
We are a small group of Canadian citizens very concerned about the way we are being treated by the institution which regulates the television operators. After having written letters to the Minister involved, we have been referred to the Canadian Radio-Television Communications Commission. This Commission is refusing to give us answers to our questions and only tells us how the system works. But our concern is that the system is based on discrimination, theft, and corruption. The CRTC is an organization which is responsible for the interest of all Canadian citizens in all television aspects. But in the conversations we had with the CRTC, the interests of broadcasters are given more importance. That’s why we feel discriminated against because our interest as television viewing citizens should have priority. In a letter we have received from the CRTC we read: broadcasters sell air time to advertisers to earn extra income. But what broadcasters are actually selling is the use of OUR private TV units as a tool for business purposes. Advertising businesses are using our belongings without permission. They are then paying these broadcasters a big amount of money. We, as TV subscribers, are then in charge of fulfilling these advertising orders given to the broadcaster by the advertiser. But that’s not all, we must pay the service providers who then force us to watch these never- ending advertisements which interrupt our pre-paid viewing time. No wonder it is a billion dollar industry, getting paid twice from advertisers and television viewers alike. Meanwhile, television subscribers are being exploited for their precious viewing time. We asked the CRTC the following questions: Are broadcasters legally allowed to rent out OUR private owned properties (TV units) to over 300 companies?. But after repeatedly asking this question, still no answer. Television viewers have become watching slaves in their own house forced to watch what big money wants us to watch. The excuse given by broadcasters is, without the income of advertising they are unable to provide programming. However, we don’t believe this is truthful. These companies taking in billions of dollars in profit per year. Is it legal to reach its profit margin by criminally exploiting their television public? We are paying $ 70,- dollars for poor TV programs of a handful of channels. We have Apple TV for zero dollars without commercials and can get Netflix for $ 10.- a month, on the other hand for $ 70.- a month why is it not possible for these Canadian broadcasters to provide programming without commercial messages? Why are we being charged to be forced to watch advertising material every five minutes interrupting our viewing time? Broadcasters are exploiting television viewers and are living off the avails of these subscribers and we want to see the end of it. We count on the Consumers Associations to bring this crime to an end. One of our group members recently bought a new TV unit. After installing it for use, he had to answer a few questions. One of the questions was: Do you agree that this unit can be used for commercial advertising? Why this question IF advertising is LEGAL? Because it isn’t. We are hoping to hear from the association soon.

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Name; J.P. Rodgers, amount of viewers; 4.

E-mail; JPR @ gmail.com

Duration; 6 years = 72 month.

Payment; $ 86 tax included.

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