Thursday, March 29, 2012

Nanaimo RCMP Charge Man With Fraud

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Michael Chodorowski Charged With Fraud

On December 1, 2009, Nanaimo RCMP initiated a fraud investigation conducted jointly with the BC Securities Commission. It is alleged that a number of investors from BC and Alberta were defrauded by 40 year old Michael CHODOROWSKI, of funds in excess of $2.0 million.

This morning, Friday March 16th, Nanaimo RCMP located and arrested Michael CHODOROWSKI without incident on a Canada Wide Warrant for eight counts which include: Theft Over $5,000 x 4; Fraud Over $5,000 x 3 and Laundering Proceeds of Crime.

 Are You Vulnerable To Investment Fraud?

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The story of a man arrested in Nanaimo and charged with several counts of fraud (has not been proven guilty) brings attention to a particularly unsavory crime that seems to be on the increase in North America. Very believable, well spoken confidence men and women with promises of earning you money through their investments have been capable of bilking people out of millions.

The BC Securities Commission have a website designed to help us educate ourselves about investment fraud and how to avoid becoming a victim of these smooth talkers. They offer excellent advice on how to become an informed investor and how to spot scams. You can visit their website HERE.


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