Pair of Uxbridge residents charged in series of alleged real estate frauds

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Peel police say they have charged two people from Uxbridge after they defrauded at least 18 people out of millions of dollars.

Police say the frauds happened between January 2019 and June 2021 across multiple jurisdictions.

The two would allegedly accept advance payments without delivering on the properties.

Kenneth Simpson, 77, has been charged with 30 fraud-related charges while Courtney Wallis-Simpson, 57, has been charged with 84 fraud-related charges.

Investigators believe there could be other victims and if you believe you’ve been the victim of a similar incident you should contact the fraud bureau.

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