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Keep an eye on your balances at Simplii
May 31, 2024
9:22 am
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InterestThis said
Thanks so much for posting all of this info, its very enlightnening.
For sure Simplii wants to keep this level of SERIOUS FINANCIAL CRIME that is occuring quiet. They would fear it would make customers not trust them.
I think its disgusting that Simplii did not bother to report an attempt to steal 17K to the police, as if they did the victim would be contacted.

It was in the news that banks are making some people sign gag-contracts to get compensation.
It makes sense for the bank, just like Dollarama accepts a certain amount of stealing in their business model.
But with a bank, we are the ones who can get ROBBED.
All of this is no different to having a gun in your face, or a home invasion etc. The online world of course is overflowing with criminals trying to steal everyone's money.
And sometimes it can be an employee who gets the job to carry out those crimes.
https://www.theglobeandmail.com/business/article-td-bank-employee-money-laundering/
Theft over $5,000
https://laws-lois.justice.gc.ca/eng/acts/C-46/section-334.html
Punishment for theft
334 Except where otherwise provided by law, every one who commits theft
(a) if the property stolen is a testamentary instrument or the value of what is stolen is more than $5,000, is guilty of
(i) an indictable offence and liable to imprisonment for a term of not more than 10 years, or  

No worries. There's lots of good insight/knowledge/information on this forum so I just try to contribute where I can if applicable since I think people on here would be just as courteous.

Like I was saying imo our justice system is in shambles so all this stuff about coming down hard on fraud is just an after thought for me. I doubt anyone is doing any sort of "hard time" in Canada nowadays for committing fraud. I don't have the figures but the police won't even respond here to a theft/robbery unless it's in progress. Until that changes unfortunately there will be more "inside shot takers" like with what happened in my case. Unfortunately this isn't my first Canadian fraudulent rodeo, I got caught up in that Quadriga fraud case in late 2018/early 2019 which left a more than sour taste in my mouth.

"I think its disgusting that Simplii did not bother to report an attempt to steal 17K to the police, as if they did the victim would be contacted." I don't know if Simplii reported this to authorities or not but yes you make a good point nobody from any police department has contacted me or has yet to contact me. Like I stated in a previous post, I was sort of caught off guard when that manager called me but I am going to follow up with my case though and ask some of the pertinent question that people on this forum suggested to ask.

Who even knows, maybe someone from CIBC/Simplii Financial caught wind of me mentioning this $17,000 fraudulent on this forum and contacted me to try and "make things right" as this $17,000 fraudulent cheque was written on my Chequing Account in February and my last correspondence with Simplii/Equifax was mid-March.

May 31, 2024
12:22 pm
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Quadriga!
Followed that one closely at the time. Still think he possibly faked his death on that one!

June 1, 2024
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InterestThis said
Quadriga!
Followed that one closely at the time. Still think he possibly faked his death on that one!  

Yup took a huge hit with that one. Learned yet another hard lesson in life, "Not your keys not your coins". Lost almost 3 BTC. Simple solution, Exhume the body as I think that would ease a lot of that "he faked his death in India" speculation. The Canadian justice system is such a sham.

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