Winnipeg man faces fraud charges in international online ad scam

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A Winnipeg man faces dozens of fraud-related charges after more than 50 people from across North America and Europe said they were scammed through online ads. The victims lost a total of $230,000 through the alleged scams. None of the money has been recovered to date, says the Winnipeg Police Service. 

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