Ontario Provincial Police are issuing a warning after arresting a man for allegedly selling fake auto insurance.
Police arrested a 38-year-old man in February and charged him with two counts each of fraud under $5,000 and false documentation.
They allege the Toronto-area man was selling fraudulent insurance through a company called Reef Car Insurance.
Police say they believe there are victims who do not know that their insurance is not valid.
They’re urging people to check the validity of their car insurance and contact police if they have any concerns.
The accused man is due to appear in a Toronto courtroom later this month.
Very often individuals claiming to work for many companies could potentially sell you auto insurance for a reasonable rate and not really pass on the premiums to the company. Who your insurance broker is matters and if in doubt, call to verify. -CINEWS