PRIVATE INVESTIGATION BLOG
Brampton Man Edmund Teelucksingh has been charged with more accusations this year after already being involved in a mortgage case last year where he allegedly bilked real estate investors in the tune of thousands of dollars.
Mississauga residents are being warned that a known scam artist has been reportedly active again in the area. The scam artist usually claims to be in distress and then offers complimentary services and perks to companies he has no connection with in exchange for cash.
Mississauga residents seem to be a target for some common scams these days. It doesn’t really matter how scam-savvy you think you are, how good you are at filtering fake emergency emails, and how smart you are in avoiding those circling fake-CRA texts that demand you pay back taxes in the thousands.
A husband and wife team who taught Canadian courses for Trump University was found to have been involved in a lot of dubious activities via a joint investigation conducted by The Associated Press and The Canadian Press.
A judge has found a janitor guilty of immigration fraud as evidence surfaced that a janitor from Ottawa moonlighted as an immigration fixer who tried to bribe Canadian immigration officials while pocketing thousands of dollars in the process.
It certainly took a very long time, but justice was indeed served when a jury found 83 years old Jacques Corriveau guilty of 3 charges of fraud recently. It took a decade before Corriveau was charged after being identified as a key figure in a scandalous sponsorship scheme.
Grocery stores are the last place you’ll expect to be sold some fraudulent products. The more surprising thing about this is this is all about being sold some organic chicken that was never organic, to begin with!
When you contact a professional to do repairs or renovations in your home, the last thing you expect is for that person to take your money and vanish into thin air. That’s exactly what happened to a Steven Morrison when he hired handyman Evgeni Ostrovski to build his backyard deck.
Being involved in any way to a fraud case can put a damper on any company’s operations. Such is the case being experienced now by Sudbury mining supply company Atlas Copco even after the perpetrators were already behind bars.