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    Performing regular site inspections as required throughout the winter season

    Pre-salt application, sidewalks parking lots and all entrances during overnight


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March 16, 2016
The Law Society of Upper Canada
Is Investigating For Misconduct


1. Engaging in misconduct involving dishonesty & Noncompliance Court Deadlines
Jason Davie paralegal Monica Decock Paralegal Boutique

February 16 2016 CUSTOMER BEWARE

Man charged after stolen mail used to commit fraud at Toronto Money Marts
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February 16 2016
CUSTOMER BEWARE Do Your Home Work

Contractor charged with fraud after Global News investigation
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February 16 2016

Toronto-area doctors charged with fraud
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February 16 2016
High Alert CUSTOMER BEWARE

Police warning public about aggressive Canada Revenue Agency scam
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February 16 2016
CUSTOMER BEWARE

Charges laid in cross-Canada income tax scam
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Police warning public about
Toronto taxi scam: cabbies swiping bank cards from passengers
Taxi drivers have taken more than $55,000 from cab riders by stealing debit cards: Toronto police
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CUSTOMER BEWARE Do Your Home Work

Nancy Peterson Homestars.com CEO is not in business to protect the consumers Nancy Peterson is in business to fill her pockets
Nancy Peterson Homestars.com CEO Said to Toronto Star Reporters “Despite these safeguards, Peterson said homeowners should rely on HomeStars as a “starting point,” And still Snow Easy Plowing has not been flagged on HomeStars.com

TTC fires three more in alleged benefits scam

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February 15 2016

TORONTO — A company contracted to clear Ontario highways of snow has been hit with $900,000 in fines for failing to adequately maintain the Queen’s Elizabeth Way last winter.
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February 10 2016

Businessman who took $8.5 million from RBC jailed in record N.S. fraud Click Here

Businessman who took $8.5 million from RBC jailed in record N.S. fraud

KENTVILLE, N.S. -- An Annapolis Valley businessman has been sentenced to four years in jail after admitting to taking $8.5 million from the Royal Bank of Canada in what could be the largest fraud case in Nova Scotia history.
Gregory Paul Burden, 66, falsified records to make it look as if his Kentville, N.S., company, Advance Commission Company of Canada Ltd., was more profitable than it seemed, Crown attorney Mark Heerema said Wednesday.
Those false documents were then used as collateral for loans from RBC.
"The books were being cooked - and they were being charbroiled," said Heerema, noting he could find no bigger fraud among reported court decisions in the province.
Burden did not use the money for a lavish life, said Heerema, but instead to build his company, which bought rights to real estate agents' advance commissions in exchange for a cut of them.
"He was trying to grow a legitimate business with real employees, albeit with criminality and that's wrong," he said. "Most of the money went to this business that eventually became unsuccessful."
Burden, who was sentenced in Kentville on Tuesday on three fraud charges, pleaded guilty last year to defrauding four members of an Annapolis Valley family of $400,000 who invested in his company, as well as a Quebec franchisee of his company.
Burden had been attempting to grow his company across Canada, said Heerema.
Heerema said he had asked for a sentence of between three and five years, and was happy with Judge Claudine MacDonald's four-year sentence.
Heerema said the fraud was a simple one -- Burden faked annual financial statements -- but he would have had to create a lot of documentation to do it.
"It's in some ways deceptively simple, but as I told the court ... it would have been elaborate to pull off," said Heerema.
Related charges of using forged documents were dropped.

February 3 2016
CUSTOMER BEWARE Do Your Home Work

Beware of snow removal scams
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February 5 2016

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Customer Alert: False & Misleading Representation

Sun Life Financial Insurance Agent ONG , THANH THI License 12125234 
The above agent works out of 150 Ferrand Drive Suite 1500 

Submit false legal insurance document to the following insurance companies RBC Disability Insurance 
The above agent as shows on her LinkedIn profile has no experience insurance industry 
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December 9 2015

Financial Services Commission Of Ontario & Canadian Competition Bureau Investigating for false / Misleading 
Neilay Modi FSCO License # 00062417 ( As Known Neil Modi on LinkedIn ) 
License Suspended Notice Decision from May 2008 to Aug 7 2014 
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is not register with the Ontario Securities Commission Of Ontario and is not License to sell any investment ( Mutual Funds ) . As he is misrepresenting himself on LinkedIn ( has been forward to FSCO for investigation ) 

The above agent works out of Nor-Star Insurance 
- DFS Investment Inc 407-155 Rexdale BLVD 


Despite the above agent criminal activity IA Excellent insurance company has sponsored the above the agent and authorize the agent to sale there insurance products
Submit false legal insurance document to the following insurance companies 

Desjardins Insurance IA Excellent insurance that has no protocol in place 

If you are a Victim of fraud Contact The following # 
Financial Services Commission Of Ontario 416-250-7250 
Mutual Fund Dealers Association Of Canada 416-361-6332 53 Div fraud Unit 416-808-5304

November 2 2015

Nancy Peterson Founder & CEO dishonest and false and misleading info to the public and unauthorized removes real reviews 
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October 29 2015


Nancy Peterson Homestars.com CEO denies charging customers credit card for September but has confirmation by the credit card issued bank - Homestars.com did charge 
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October 27 2015 

CANADIAN Competition Bureau Enforcement action & financial fines are pending 
False and misleading Homestars.com recommended meters 
Nancy Peterson Founder & CEO dishonest to the public 

October 26 2015 

Customer Beware 
Nancy Peterson Founder & CEO Homestars.com is a Scam Artist and not trustfully Company is being investigated by Canadian Competition Bureau 
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October 25 2015 

consumers Beware 
Snow easy Plowing was charge fraud over by Toronto Police and convicted Homestars.com has not flagged there profile or removed it . It is quite clear Homestars.com providing false and misleading information to the consumers and the CEO is scam artist 
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October 11 2015 

TORONTO HYDRO WARNING CUSTOMERS OF COLLECTION AND BILLING SCAM
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October 10 2015

TORONTO POLICE MAKE ARREST IN LIABILITY INSURANCE FRAUD INVESTIGATION
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September 29 2015

RECOGNIZE IT, WHAT IS CREDIT CARD FRAUD?
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September 29 2015 
DELIVERED TO WRONG ADDRESS
  Warning Toronto to be aware of a recent Canada Post traceable mail delivery to wrong address in which some individuals are excepting credit card does not belong to them fraudulently 

September 26 2015

BAD EXPERIENCE WITH HOMESTARS.COM!
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September 24 2015 

CONSUMER ALERT: SNOW REMOVAL CONTRACT WOES | CTV TORONTO ...
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Before you sign a snow removal contract, you'll want to check the fine print. Pat Foran on contracts that aren't being honoured. Missing: fraud 

DON'T GET SNOWED BY SHOVELING FRAUDSTERS | TORONTO STAR
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August 6 2015 
 
MUNICIPAL LICENSING & STANDARDS ( CITY OF TORONTO ) & TORONTO POLICE PARKING ENFORCEMENT UNIT INVESTIGATION AGAINST G4S SECURITY
Parking Infraction Notice #66956385 by M. Rajca #75794 wrongfully issued parking ticket / no longer Certified by the Toronto Police Service to enforce parking by-laws on private property.
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As per our discussion, your complaint regarding the issuance of Parking Infraction Notice #66956385 by M. Rajca #75794 has now been concluded.

 
In your letter of complaint you indicate that you had received a Parking Infraction Notice from a G4S officer while you were attending the BMO location at the Laird and Commissioner Rd. strip plaza. You further note that you contacted G4S, where arrangements were made to have the Parking Infraction Notice cancelled, but that in the course of these interactions you were dissatisfied with the level of professionalism displayed.
 
My investigation has revealed that the above captioned PIN was indeed wrongfully issued as the site was not approved for enforcement by the Agency in question and, for that reason, concur that the Parking Infraction should be cancelled.  As a result, the Officer who issued the PIN is no longer Certified by the Toronto Police Service to enforce parking by-laws on private property.
 
As explained in our telephone conversation, the notation on the PIN (”LP”) that suggested the issuing Officer observed you leaving the property is the result of a miscommunication.  In fact, it was discovered that the issuing Officer routinely included the same notation on all of his tickets, thereby implying that he observed the driver leaving the property.   The Officer has stated on the record that he did not observe you leaving the property but did observe your vehicle in a non-designated parking space.   
 
I trust that this email has adequately addressed your concerns.  Should you require any additional information, please contact Rick Yowfoo, Supervisor, Contract Services Section, at 416-808-6608.

Sincerely,
Greg Waite, Patrol Supervisor
Parking Enforcement Unit
Contract Services Section
Phone: 416 808-6666
Fax: 416 808-6622
Gregory.waite@torontopolice.on.ca



Dec 30, 2015 at 5:26 PM
City of Toronto │ Municipal Licensing & Standards │ 433 Eastern Ave, Bldg 'C', ON. M4M 1B7

I am following up in regards to  your complaint that we received on August 11,  2015.  After reviewing the file, I have determined that G4S Security was not in compliance with Toronto's bylaw regulating private parking enforcement agencies at the time of the incident. Therefore, I am registering a 'Caution' against their company and will close the file. To be clear, a 'Caution' on their record may be a mitigating factor should the same or a similar complaint be made against them in the future.
 
Toronto Parking Enforcement is aware of my findings and assisted in my investigation.

July 24 2015 Snow Plowing Fraud
TORONTO POLICE CHARGE SNOW PLOWING COMPANY FRAUD


Snow Easy Plowing Co-owners Arrested In Fraud Investigation, Two Men Facing Total Of 68 Charges 
If you are a Victim Contact 31 Division 416-808-3100 

 There was still no explanation for four homeowners on El Dorado Court in the Keel and Sheppard area about why their snow removal service, Snoweasy Plowing Co., was a no show during last week's first big GTA snowstorm. 
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November 9 2014


Toronto Police Officer 54 Div Issue Racial Slur  Toronto Police Officer Andrew Haynes, 54 Div Badge # 9743 and his partner did improper stop of a vehicle in the East York Area & upon approaching vehicle the officer refused to turn on there microphone and issued racial slur to the driver ( Fucken Greek ) .  Driver brought the above complaint to the staff Sargent 54 Div the above date and refused to take report driver filed complaint to Human Right Tribunal Of Ontario. Driver received confirmation from Human Right Tribunal Of Ontario will take place March 23 2016 9:30 Am 

January 6 2013

ERIC - OWNER UNIQUE SEASONAL SERVICES CHARGE 6 COUNT OF FRAUD
The man, who went by "Eric," allegedly advertised snow removal services under "Unique Seasonal Services" in North York. 
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December 22, 2015

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A Dieppe man says when it comes to hiring a snow removal service, buyer beware.
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February 10 2015
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Snow removal company cashes first round of cheques, then declares bankruptcy
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February 3 2015
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Snow shovelling no-shows a problem after major Toronto storm Click Here
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