Toronto man charged with selling fake auto insurance – Alexandr Chertin
Police say that the man is not a licenced insurance broker and is not affiliated with any insurance company.
Alexandr Chertin, of Toronto, has been charged with two counts of Defrauding the Public Over $5,000, two counts of Fraud Over $5,000, and two counts of Uttering a Forged Document.
If you think you may have bought insurance from the suspect, stop operating your vehicle and contact police immediately.
Source: Toronto Police
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