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$11M Fraud Investigation Leads to Arrest of 12

Fraud will always get found out no matter what, which was exactly what happened in this fraud investigation which all started with a routine traffic light stop. Toronto police recently shared the arrest of 12 people who are accused of obtaining money from leasing companies through fraud. The 12 are part of fraud group that was investigated by a multinational police force specializing in organized crime.

Could a New Phone Scam Trick You?

The communities of Greater Toronto Area has fallen victim to some scams lately as recently reported by Insauga, with the neighbourhoods of Brampton and Mississauga getting much of the scam attacks. The thing with this scam attacks is that they can target even the most unsuspecting of victims, and can happen digitally because of advancements in technology.

U.S. Health Fraud Schemes Worth $1.3 billion Sees 412 Individuals Charged

It seems that fraud is simply everywhere no matter where you are and the worst thing is, perpetrators of fraud can find ways to exploit even the most basic of human needs. This is what came to light when Attorney general Jeff Sessions announced that more than 400 individuals were found to be involved in health care fraud and opioid scams that cost about $1.3 billion. The frauds were pulled off by false billing.

Mississauga Business Owner Facing Serious Charges Regarding TTC Fraud Case

A business owner from Mississauga is currently facing serious charges regarding a benefit fraud case that targeted the Toronto Transit Commission and Manulife. Most of us would trust someone who owns a legitimate business not to do anything that can jeopardize the said business, but this doesn’t seem to be applicable to one Mississauga business owner.

Chinese Community in GTA Targeted by an Immigration Scam Says Peel Police

Police are warning the Chinese community in GTA that a scam is targeting members of their community. The scam, which the police say is too good to be true, promises Chinese people via an ad in local Chinese newspapers that their company can help secure travel documents going to Canada from China. The fraudulent company is called Gao Sheng Investment Corporation.