Not all private investigation agencies in Toronto and the GTA are reputable and choosing the right private investigator can have a huge impact on your case and overall reputation. Selecting a competent, knowledgeable and most importantly experienced private investigation agency is crucial. If you were to proceed with a shady agency the damage and liability this can cause you can come at a very high price. Below are the considerations that you must take into account.
A Toronto bureaucrat was fired following a fraud probe concerning $11M in COVID-19 funds. The probe’s court documents state that Sanjay Madan took tens of thousands of dollars to India. According to court documents, Madan worked as a computer specialist in Toronto for the Ontario government prior to allegedly flying to India together with tens of thousands of dollars in cash after he was confronted about the missing money.
It is no secret that the COVID-19 pandemic caused a huge increase in the cases of fraud, especially online-based fraud and scams. 25-year-old Ashley from Canada found out about this the hard way when she used career sites online to look for jobs in sales, marketing, and coordination after losing her position as a French program coordinator due to the COVID-19 pandemic. What looked like a remote job with Vancouver tech company Gux-IT turned out to be something she wasn’t prepared for.
Jeff is a seasoned investigator, with over 45 years of experience with the R.C.M.P., Scotiabank, and in private practice. He spent 23 years with the R.C.M.P., primarily in Commercial Crime units in Ontario, as well, Jeff was in charge of the International Investigative Desk at one of Canada’s Major Financial Institutions.
Toronto is one of the best places to live not only in Canada but in the world. A lot of people want to move to Toronto and a huge number are from overseas. Unfortunately, some crooks are taking advantage of this and charging would-be Chinese immigrants exorbitant amounts for immigration opportunities.
Kevin Plange, a Toronto man who has been found to have almost defrauded $40 million from Revenue Canada was given an increase of prison sentence. Ontario Court of Appeal said that the 18 months ruling which was initially given to Plange was too short a time for the crime he committed and so the sentence was upped to 3 years.