Chair of Ottawa’s Chamber of Commerce named in U.S. money laundering investigation

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The chair of the Ottawa Chamber of Commerce is among 12 individuals named in a U.S. government investigation into “organized money laundering.” The Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control report alleges that Marie Boivin, chair of the board and director for Accu-Rate Corporation, based in Canada, is among 12 individuals it believes serve as executives or directors with a payments organization and money processing business known as PacNet. The organization is the third-party payment processor of choice in a wide range of mail fraud schemes.

Read the full article at Ottawa Citizen.