Former Calgary TV producer arrested on U.S. fraud charges

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Former Calgary TV producer Neil Chandran, who was banned from trading in securities in Alberta two years ago, is now facing felony fraud charges in the United States.

Chandran was indicted earlier this month on grand larceny, forgery and securities fraud stemming from an alleged scheme to steal hundreds of thousands of dollars from investors in a business selling computer tablets which supposedly were able to display content in 3D, according to a release by the office of the New York Attorney General.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.