Fraud GoFundMe Page Taken Down ‘#PrayForHumboldt’

Saskatoon RCMP claim a 32- the year-old male is encountering scams costs after a GoFundMe web page for “#PrayForHumboldt” was removed.

The feasible scams was reported to the basic examination area (GIS) on Oct. 3.

More proof uncovered the GoFundMe web page had actually created approximately $3,800, with 35 individuals adding to the project. There were 21 benefactors from Canada as well as 14 from the USA.

The crowdfunding web page has actually because been removed as well as the benefactors have actually been informed.

An accident in between the Humboldt Broncos’ bus as well as a semi-trailer occurred on April 6, declaring the lives of 16 gamers as well as personnel on their method to an SJHL championship game. Thirteen others were wounded.

From the disaster generated a reputable GoFundMe web page, Funds for Humboldt Broncos, which elevated over $15 million for the targets of the accident.

The GIS additionally found out about supposed financier scams when gotten in touch with in October. Both fraudulences presumably happened in between March 9, 2017, as well as June 20, 2018.

With aid from the protections department of Financial as well as Customer Matters Authority, it was recommended the supposed financier scams was running under the name Aero Funding Inc.

Andrij Olesiuk, 32, was detained on Nov. 20.

He is encountering costs of scams over $5,000, scams under $5,000, belongings of residential property gotten by criminal activity over $5,000, belongings of residential property gotten by criminal activity under $5,000, as well as laundering profits of criminal activity.

Olesiuk is arranged to make his following look in Saskatoon rural court on Dec. 12.