Francesco Pezzo, Age 48, of Bradford Held Liable for Fraud in Cottage Contractor Case

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Bankruptcy and Insolvency Trustees

November 12, 2020 – Investigation Counsel PC, a civil fraud recovery law firm, is seeking information from the public on the financial affairs of Francesco “Frank” Pezzo, date of birth August 25, 1973, of Bradford, Ontario.

On June 28, 2018, the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Barrie declared Frank Pezzo liable for fraud, breach of trust and conversion for taking funds from a Toronto couple seeking to build a cottage and not delivering on his promises. Mr. Pezzo used the victim’s funds for his own purposes and not for the cottage construction.

The Court issued a judgment against Frank Pezzo in the amount of $131,640. The Court adjourned the victim’s motion for a punitive order. The Court did issue an order for Mr. Pezzo to pay $40,271.53 for the victim’s legal costs and $1,845.96 in interest. The total judgment is $173,757.49

Mr. Pezzo’s fraudulent conduct was undertaken through his company O&F Custom Homes Ltd. Mr. Pezzo was examined pursuant to an order in the Court’s judgment on September 5, 2018. Mr. Pezzo failed to provide any meaningful disclosure of income or assets for the victim’s to recover on.

Mr. Pezzo was charged with possession of stolen property on April 22, 2020, and fraud on August 20, 2020, on unrelated matters.

Anyone with information pertaining to the financial affairs of Francesco “Frank” Pezzo is asked to contact D. Slenys at