Scams at Canada embassy in Haiti result in $1.7 million losses

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Canada has fired a dozen staffers at its Haiti embassy and is probing others amid an internal fraud investigation that has resulted in estimated government losses of $1.7 million, an official has said. 

Various fraud schemes

The probes which began in 2015 have revealed that locally recruited employees at the Port-au-Prince embassy set up “various fraud schemes” since 2004 that inflated invoices and resulted in the theft of property, among other things.

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This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.