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Peel Regional Police arrested and charged a Mississauga-based lawyer earlier this week at Toronto Pearson Airport for allegedly defrauding people for a total of over $10 million.

From June 2021 to December 2021, police said in an August 25 release that many people sought the services of Shahid Malik, the owner and operator of his namesake business, Shahid Malik Law Office in Mississauga, to settle their real estate transactions.

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Planning a COVID-19 wedding is hard, but have you ever had your caterer ghost you after you paid a deposit?

Pilar Carr, a 40-year-old woman from Whitby, has been charged for allegedly taking over $55,000 worth of deposits for wedding catering services and never following through, according to a press release from Durham police.

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Toronto police are looking for a man who allegedly obtained millions in mortgage fraud scams.

In a press release, authorities said a Canadawide warrant had been issued for Yuansen Fu, 23, of Toronto.

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A Calgary man has been charged with fraud after it was alleged that he swindled money through a fake tech scam and used it to "woo" women he met on dating sites.

Calgary Police said Bryan Christopher Syryda was initially reported to the police in 2020 after several people claimed to have given him money in exchange for discounted electronics, such as televisions.

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Looking for love online can be a wild ride and — according to the Canadian Securities Administrators' — it can lead to scams that could cost you big bucks.

On Monday, February 14, the CSA shared information about 2021 and, apparently, investment and romance scams were the top two reported swindles of the year.

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