B.C. man accused of mortgage fraud to start trial in December

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A trial date has been set for a British Columbia man facing charges of money laundering and fraud in southern Alberta. Bryan Wilfred Clemens, 50, got $1.2-million from nine people and then deposited it into his bank account for personal gain.

“Bridge financing” for real-estate clients

Lethbridge police allege that a man working as a mortgage associate used his position to approach a number of acquaintances for money. The man allegedly said he would use the money for “bridge financing” for his real-estate clients and promised a high rate of return. The trial is set to begin on Dec. 4.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.