Geraldton woman facing new fraud charges after investigation into $20,000 scam

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A Geraldton woman is facing new and additional fraud charges after initial investigation found she defrauded a local company for $20,000.

According to an Ontario Provincial Police media release, a 37-year-old Geraldton woman has been charged with making forged documents, using forged documents, and fraud over $5,000.

These new charges stem from an investigation where Greenstone OPP found that she defrauded Pagwachuan Equipment Sales of nearly $20,000. The woman is already facing fraud charges from an investigation in July that found she defrauded Silver Linings Cabinetry of nearly $6,000.

The woman made her first court appearance on Friday, Nov. 17 in an Ontario Court of Justice. None of the allegations have been proven in court.

Read the full story over at the News Watch.

This story was summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.