Quebecer faces fraud charges in the United States

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Feb. 4, 2021 – A Quebec man has been charged with conspiracy to commit wire fraud, mail fraud and international money laundering. Martin Hogan was arraigned Monday morning in Rochester, New York, where he appeared via video. He pleaded not guilty to all charges. Hogan is believed to have headed a network of fraudsters that would place phone calls to victims in the United States and advise them they had won a lottery in Canada, but before collecting their winnings, they had to first pay the taxes, brokerage fees, and/or custom fees. Global News reports. | READ MORE