Multiple arrests made after people were allegedly defrauded out of over $1 million in Mississauga
Four people have been arrested and charged with defrauding the public, according to police.
Peel police say that between August 2014 and December 2019, three men and a woman were suspected of being involved in “extensive paramedical clinic schemes occurring throughout the Region of Peel.”
Police allege that the group assisted in setting up accredited professionals with clinical businesses associated with the healthcare and insurance field. After representing themselves as reputable business partners, the group then allegedly defrauded money through false insurance claims and redirected clinical funds to themselves.
The total amount defrauded is in excess of $1.06 million, police say.
Police have charged 32-year-old Nobleton man Mohammad Omar Mansoury with defrauding the public, uttering threats and criminal harassment.
He is scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 9, 2020.
Police have also charged 27-year-old New Tecumseh woman Homayra Mansoury with fraud over $5,000. Rameen Wida, a 38-year-old man from the Town of New Tecumseh, was also charged with fraud Over $5,000.
Police also say that Mohammed Sobhan Mansoury, a 23-year-old man from the Township of Nobleton, was charged with fraud over $5,000.
All three of the accused are scheduled to appear in court on Nov. 23, 2020.
Investigators believe there may be additional victims in and outside of the Greater Toronto Area.
Anyone who may have had any contact with any of the involved parties is asked to contact police.
Anyone with information can contact the Fraud Investigators at 905-453-2121 ext. 3335.
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