Husband and wife wanted in Toronto investment company investigation

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Toronto police are investigating a husband-and-wife team who operated a financial investment mortgage brokerage company accused of fraud.

Khurt Comrie, 40, and Collett Comrie, 44, and their company, Keystone Financial Services, are accused of defrauding some investors of their life savings and encouraging clients to invest funds in fake financial schemes.

The couple is wanted for fraud over $5000.

Read more at Toronto Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.