On September 28, 2012, 49 year old William Priest Phillips of Nackawic was sentenced in Fredericton Provincial Court to three years in prison in connection with a mortgage fraud investigation.
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The mortgage fraud investigation was led by the New Brunswick RCMP Commercial Crime Section, and was assisted by the Fredericton Police Force. The investigation was generated from tips received from the New Brunswick Securities Commission, which led its own separate Basket Puma Drift
were both charged with one count each of fraud over $5,000 and one count of uttering Puma Basket Heart Sale forged documents for submitting several mortgage applications containing falsified documents to Scotiabank. Priest Phillips Management Corp. was operating under the name of DLC Priest Financial and the banner Dominion Lending Centre, while operating in the Fredericton area. The charges against the company were later withdrawn.
securities investigation into other activities of William Priest Phillips.
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