Richmond man arrested for fraudulent use of medical billing information

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A Richmond, B.C. man has been arrested following an investigation into his use of patient profile information.

Vancouver police were notified in February that someone was fraudulently using information obtained through the B.C. government’s PharmaNet system. They discovered the suspect gained unauthorized access into the PharmaNet system and gathered patient’s personal data, resulting in identity theft.

One man has been arrested and is facing a multitude of identity theft related charges.

Read more at Vancouver Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.