Small town duped with reality show promise

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Residents of Dunnville, a small Ontario town with fewer than 6000 residents, are still reeling after learning that a man promising to make their town famous is actually a convicted fraudster wanted in BC.

Christopher Robinson told two local restaurant owners that he would feature their restaurants on a reality show called Burger Wars – all they had to do was give him $500 to help garner thousands more in “sponsorship” money to help promote the show.  

It wasn’t soon after that the entire town was pitching in, trying to put Dunnville on the map.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.