canada police: The investigation started in July, when a victim told police they paid large amounts of money to an organization called Afghan Refugee Relief, or AAR, to help sponsor family members wanting to immigrate to Canada, according to Toronto Star. Police allege the head of the organization, 61-year-old Sakia Mojadiddi of Mississauga, didn't process the paperwork or return the customer's money. Eight victims from the Peel region lost about 780,000, Peel police said Friday. She wasn't authorized to file it, investigators said in October. After investigators released information about the case in October, 38 people came forward, said Peel police. Mojadiddi was arrested on fraud charges in August. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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