31 October 2011
Former printer charged with fraud
TORONTO—A former owner of a printing company was arrested last Tuesday on allegations dating back six years.

Toronto Police say the suspect deceived individuals by "claiming to conduct business with world-renowned companies", with those individuals then investing in printing contracts that police say didn't exist.

Toronto Police say of the ten people who have come forward, the suspect garnered around $9 million between 2005 and 2009.

Tzvi Erez, age 44 of Toronto, is charged with 10 counts of fraud over $5,000. He is scheduled to appear in court at Old City Hall on Dec. 6.

A Globe and Mail story names Erez's former printing business as E. Graphix Ltd., which went into bankruptcy.
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