Woman who bilked senior to pay for breast implants faces 14 new fraud charges

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A Kamloops woman who was jailed last year for scamming a senior to pay for fake breasts is facing more than a dozen new fraud-related charges. An arrest warrant was issued for Brandie Bloor in provincial court in Kamloops on Monday. The 40-year-old is facing 14 charges spanning a 20-month period between July 2012 and March 2014.

Fraudulent personation, forged documents and possessing identity documents

According to court documents, Bloor is facing six counts of fraudulent personation relating to six separate individuals, three counts of fraud, two counts each of uttering forged documents and possessing identity documents and a single count of forgery. The fraud charges Bloor is facing identify Scotiabank, Dearborn Ford and an individual listed on one of the personation counts as complainants.

Read more about the Kamloops woman at The Vancouver Sun.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.