Mississauga man arrested for allegedly scamming family and friends

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Feb. 10, 2021 – Toronto police charged Amritpal Dhillon, 53, last Dec. with five counts of Fraud Over $5,000 and five counts of Possession of Proceeds Over $5,000. It’s alleged that between Feb. 2018 to Jan. 2020, Dhillon convinced family and friends to invest in his business venture which promised a 45 per cent return in interest. A CityNews viewer says a Mississauga man recently charged with fraud allegedly scammed large amounts of money from at least 20 people they know and believes there could be more alleged victims. CityNews reports. | READ MORE

View the Toronto Police release here. Police said they believe there are more victims.