fraud: Police say they found eight victim families who had sent funds to the man totaling more than 200,000, according to CBC. They say he told refugees that he could bring them to Canada through a local church. Halton police fraud detectives have been investigating for three months after a Toronto community group heard complaints from victims' relatives already living in Canada. The church doesn't have anything to do with the fraud. Police searched the man's house and arrested him, charging him with eight counts of fraud over 5,000 and money laundering. Police believe there are more victims and are hoping to spread the word through a volunteer in Qatar and through refugee networks in Canada. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.
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