Pair charged in multimillion-dollar GTA actual property rip-off

An Uxbridge-area duo has been charged with greater than 100 fraud-related costs for crimes allegedly dedicated throughout the Larger Toronto Space.

Over the course of practically two years, the couple allegedly dedicated fraudulent actual property transactions in a number of jurisdictions. In line with a launch from Peel Regional Police, a “frequent theme” in these occasions can be for victims to show curiosity in a property, solely to seek out out at a later date that the monetary dedication was by no means honored and that the transactions had been fraudulent in nature.

On account of these incidents, Peel Regional Police have recognized 18 victims who incurred a “vital” monetary loss.

Investigators imagine there could also be extra victims throughout the GTA, because the suspects have been identified to function throughout Southern Ontario.

Kenneth Simpson, 77, has been charged with 30 fraud-related costs.

Courtney Wallis-Simpson, 57, has been charged with 84 fraud-related costs.

Prices for each people embody a number of counts of fraud; defrauding the general public; issuing a solid doc; breach of belief; and theft over $5,000.

The suspects will seem in courtroom on Sept. 12, 2022.

Peel Regional Police are asking anybody who feels they could have been the sufferer of an identical incident to contact the Fraud Bureau at 905-453-2121 ext. 3335. Data might also be left anonymously by calling Peel Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477), or by visiting


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