Police found 2 fake neurological conferences advertised for Toronto

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Police are warning the public to be careful after finding that two neurological conferences advertised as happening in Toronto don’t appear to exist. Police encourage anyone with concerns about a suspicious website to report it to the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.

Alzheimer Society of Canada contacted police 

A local chapter of the Alzheimer Society of Canada contacted the financial crimes unit after seeing ads for the 7th International Conference on Dementia Care and Practice but the organization knew nothing about it. It had been linked to another event, the 4th International Conference on Brain Disorders and Brain Injury, which would take place at the same time, according to the ads. 

Read more at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.