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5 million in fraudulently obtained leases, with the proceeds allegedly stashed away in banks all around the world. Peter Callaghan said that on Sept. 14 an investigation began into a group of suspects who would approach leasing companies posing as companies seeking to lease equipment for their growing businesses. The suspects also allegedly posed as equipment providers, providing quotes for very expensive equipment.
Callaghan said that if the leasing company involved got suspicious, the suspects would taking the leasing agent to a factory in North York to show them an example of the equipment they needed. Believing the equipment to be expensive, the leasing companies involved would provide a lump-sum payment to acquire it to fulfill the lease. But the suspects allegedly provided cheap equipment or no equipment at all in return, pocketing the lump-sum payment. 5 million combined in Canadian and U. Callaghan said that police got their break in the case when a suspect identified as Giuseppe Gatti of Ajax was pulled over by police for impaired driving. 10,000 cash and seven credit cards, three of them bearing a name other than his own. In a release, police said the group used inflated financial statements to apply for leases under the guise of representing companies looking to purchase equipment.
The group would then provide inflated quotes to the leasing companies for the equipment while pretending to represent the equipment companies. The leasing companies would then provide lump-sum payments to the accused to fulfil the orders. The accused would then allegedly provide low-quality equipment or none at all and stop payments to the leasing companies. The other areas included two areas in Markham, one in Vaughan, as well as areas in both Toronto and Brampton. Ministry of Finance, Canada Revenue Agency and BMO’s Forensic Intelligence Unit. A number of international partners were also involved in the investigation including the FBI, U.
Department of Homeland Security, Texas State Bureau of Investigation and the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission. All 12 accused are scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Oct. We are schooled in how to sell Value instead of Price, we develop Value Propositions, have Value Positioning for our products, and of course, we must always be Value Add. The material or monetary worth of something. The worth of something is not just the monetary value but the worth to the individual. Let’s call this value in the eye of the beholder the customer’s Value Perception.
It’s what the customer perceives to have value according to their wants and needs. Let me give you an example. I love to fly fish and as such, I appreciate high-quality fly rods. How do we find out our customers Value Perception? Good, open ended questions to find out the why, how, what, where and when of the customers, Value Perception.