Ajax woman Antonette Thomas charged with loan fraud

On Wednesday, July 6, 2011, the Toronto Strategic Partnership, with the assistance of the Durham Regional Police Service, executed a search warrant at a home in Ajax.

It is alleged that:

– the victims responded to newspaper advertisements offering loans,

– the victims contacted the suspect’s company and were told to attend a Western Union outlet and send a money transfer to pay an up-front fee to secure the loan,

– victims never received the promised loan.

It is further alleged that:

– the victims applied to online websites advertising loans,

– the victims contacted the suspect’s company and were told to attend a Western Union outlet and send a money transfer to pay an up-front fee to secure the loan,

– the victims never received the promised loan.

It is also further alleged that:

– the victims responded to flyers posted on public utility poles advertising jobs for drivers,

– the victims contacted the suspect’s company and went through a job interview over the phone,

– the victims were sent a counterfeit cheque and were told to deposit the cheque in their account.

Antonette Thomas, 31, of Ajax, has been charged with:

1) three counts of Defraud the Public Over $5,000.

She was scheduled to appear in court in Oshawa, 150 Bond Street East , on Thursday July 7, 2011.

Police believe there may be more victims and would like to speak with anyone who had dealings with the suspect and/or following companies:

1) Solution Providers Online Inc,
2) Economic Relief Resource,
3) Service Solutions Inc.,
4) Global Resources Employment Agency,
5) Millioners Club Casino.

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