BC realtor’s licence suspended after admitting imposter wrote exam

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Ryan Rana

Langley, April 29 (CINEWS): A Langley realtor who admitted that an imposter wrote his real estate licensing exam has had his licence revoked.
Ryan Rana admitted he didn’t take the test himself after he was confronted with a discrepancy between a passport photo shown at the exam and the photograph on his website.
The council obtained an order “in urgent circumstances” suspending Rana’s license and that of his personal real estate corporation ahead of a full disciplinary hearing.
According to the RECBC’s website, someone claiming to be Rana first attempted to take the Sauder School of Business Real Estate Trading Services licensing examination on Nov. 26, 2015.
But because the two photographs did not appear to match, the ringer was not allowed to write the exam.
Four days later, an affidavit was provided to the school with yet another picture attached to swear Rana was the person shown in the driver’s licence.
On that basis, someone claiming to be Ryan Rana was allowed to write the exam two weeks later, passing with a score of 90 per cent.
Rana obtained his licence in February.
But according to the council, in early April, officials noticed that “the photos of Ryan Rana on his website advertising real estate services appeared to show a different person than the passport-sized photos that were attached to the affidavit and the examination admission ticket.”
According to the order, Rana’s managing broker surrendered Rana’s licence earlier this month.

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