Elderly man defrauded of life savings

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Toronto Police Services is requesting assistance locating a man who defrauded a 74-year-old of his life savings.

The elderly man was offered a position as a collections agent for A&N Ltd. and was asked to collect money on behalf of the company. The man was sent a cheque from A&N representative Mark Palmer and directed to wire a portion of it back to A&N Ltd. from his personal banking account.

The cheque he was sent, the company and the representative, Mark Palmer, were all fraudulent. The man lost $35,500.

Read more at Toronto Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.