85-year-old with Alzheimer’s sold Bell products and services he can’t use after visit to The Source:

Ross Miller, 85, thought he needed a new TV last October, so he went to The Source — a consumer electronics store owned by Bell Canada. But he got much more than he intended. A sales rep signed Miller to two-year contracts for Bell Fibe TV and a new cell phone with data and a warranty plan; sold him a cordless phone, landline and tablet; and signed him to another two-year contract for high-speed home internet. Miller, who has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, isn’t clear what happened. He already had a cell phone, which he doesn’t use, didn’t know what a tablet was and doesn’t understand the internet.”Read More