These pages summarize my unfortunate experience with Al Sebastian and his Canadian Classic FishFry business.

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Canadian Country Fishfry is a recent name for canadian classic fishfry.

Who would have thought I'd still be chasing this asshole in 2018?

I thought he would either have: a) come to senses and paid off his dept like he said he would when he was in court (about the same odds as a snowball in hell), or b) borrowed money from someone more determined than I am and might be missing a few fingers by now.

Spring/Summer 2018   (Updated: Jul 1/18)

Apr 8/18: Hopefully Al will continue with his current employer for a while. Payments have been arriving regularly from the Credit Bureau and he's now paid off about 1/3 of his debt.

Al Sebastian sales manager at kasper bus lines in thunder bay. June 8/18: It turns out Al Sebastian has been working at Kasper Transportation here in Thunder Bay as their Sales Manager. They're offering a new service this year focussed on transporting fishing and hunting resort guests in the Sunset Country area (Kenora area). Judging by the (Fort Frances area) phone number shown on their webpage it appears Al might be based in that area to support their new service.

Talk about the perfect setup, assuming Al is planning to re-enter the fish batter business. He can stash his stuff on the Kasper vehicles and have it transported to the various resorts for free. And if he happens to be the driver, then he can also make sales calls along the way.

June 13/18: Hmm.. the monthly cheque from the Credit Bureau is overdue. Would he leave his Sale Manager job to spend the summer slacking off and fishing (probably)? I've heard through the grapevine that he may be trying to relaunch his fish batter business. I hope whoever he approaches decides to Google his name before committing any resources to his next scam.

July 1/17: I came across an old Project Funding request that Al had submitted back in Jan 2013. At that time he was looking for a single investor to contribute a minimum of $185,000. It's probably safe to assume that no one was dumb enough to get involved with this project.



To be continued...



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