PRIVATE INVESTIGATION BLOG
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.
Years after since his involvement in the sponsorship scandal, Jacques Corriveau was set to stand trial just a few weeks ago. He was arrested back in 2013 on accusations of counterfeiting documents, fraud, and laundering the money begotten from the crime.
Facing between 4 to 8 in years in jail, the woman behind the largest Ponzi scheme in B.C history apologized. Rashida Samji shares that this isn’t where she wanted to be and that there is no right way to do wrong.
1,200 investors were defrauded for a total sum of more than $20 million in an investment scam, and one of the involved pleaded guilty for his role in the scheme. Sounds like justice? It might seem like that until you hear that he’s not likely to spend a minute of time in jail.
When you think of fraud, the farthest thing that would come to your mind is for someone to get himself kidnapped, beaten up, and thrown in a ditch. That would be beyond strange, indeed! The situation above seems to be what happened to self-described millionaire Reza Mokhtarian. Mokhtarian claimed that he was kidnapped by 10 men, was beaten to a pulp, and then was dumped in a ditch in Brampton earlier this year.
Mississauga’s Rooms and Furniture Accessories has been serving customers since 2012 and it looks like they’ve been defrauding people since then. Just a quick google search and you’ll find complaints after complaints bearing the message DO NOT BUY. What’s incredible about all this is the fact that the store still seems to be operating today and still doing harm to people.
Police are asking for the public’s help in finding a suspect after a man was allegedly defrauded of $1 million worth of diamonds.