NEW YORK (AP) — A Montana man has been charged with defrauding a Canadian financial institution of $43 million by posing as a legitimate business owner.
Todd Capser was arrested Wednesday in Billings, Montana.
Prosecutors in New York said Capser defrauded the Toronto, Canada, entity and tried to defraud nine other institutions of between $46 million and $52 million...
The Attorney General's Office of Consumer Protection and AARP Montana collaboratively trained volunteers this week who will in turn educate community groups in several Montana cities about scams, fraud, and identity theft.
Imagine waking up one morning to discover that a dear friend, a person you trusted with the intimate details of your business, has been robbing you blind for years, leaving you and your business near bankruptcy.