Ontario man jailed – again – for cancer charity scam

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Fraudster fanatic Shaun Hofmans has made his occupation defrauding businesses in the name of a fake cancer charity according to Ontario Court Justice John Skowronski. Justice Skowronski was the same judge who sentenced Hofmans two years ago for another fraud scheme calling his actions “brazen” and “deplorable”.

“How can you trust anything this man says?” – Skowronski

Hofmans plead guilty to more than 20 charges, adding to his rap sheet of more than 100 convictions, about three-quarters of them for fraud. Hofmans hit the road landscaping Southwestern Ontario towns seeking gift cards to hand out to the sick. Skowronski sentenced him to four years in prison on Thursday.

Read more at National Post

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.