B.C. boat dealership under fraud investigation, victims encouraged to come forward

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Surrey (August 09, 2019) – The Surrey boat dealership Breakwater Marine is under a fraud investigation. The RCMP’s Economic Crime Unit arrested one person and seized numerous boats while executing a search warrant, police said on Twitter. The authorities believe there maybe additional victims and are encouraging them to come forward to the police.

The Economic Crime Unit investigated the local boat dealership after receiving multiple complaints since June according to CBC News. Additionally, Breakwater Marine has the lowest rating possible with the Better Business Bureau. Many former customers complained about the company to the BBB accusing the Breakwater Marine of payment discrepancies, late delivery and poor service among others.

Victims of fraud in relation to Breakwater Marine are asked to come forward. Please call 604-599-0502, quoting file number 2019-97189 or anonymously at Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS or www.solvecrime.ca.