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Additional reference: Telecom Decision 2010-86

Ottawa, 29 April 2010

Sayed Hyder (operating as Hydro Power Saver) – Violations of the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules

File number: PDR 9174-456

Correction

1.       The Commission is amending paragraph 5 of Sayed Hyder (operating as Hydro Power Saver) – Violations of the Unsolicited Telecommunications Rules, Telecom Decision CRTC 2010-86, 12 February 2010. Paragraph 5 should read as follows (change highlighted in bold):

The Commission notes that Mr. Hyder neither paid the AMPs specified in the notice of violation nor made representations in accordance with the notice. Accordingly, pursuant to subsection 72.08(3) of the Act, Mr. Hyder is deemed to have committed the violations outlined in the notice of violation dated 29 October 2009.

Secretary General

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