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SUBJECT - ROSS CLARK ALEXANDER: Based on the files of official documents, court transcripts, and other reliable sources, the following is a brief chronology of the alleged dishonest acts made by the above named subject. Readers are advised to take extreme precaution when it comes to discussing any financial matters with the above named subject.
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In the early 1990’s Alexander gets recruited by Richard Hughes with Prudential Assurance of England to sell Life Insurance. Alexander forges a four thousand dollar check and gets fired by Hughes. Subsequently, by his own admission in the London Free Press, Richard Hughes was fired by Prudential for Fraud. 

In the early 1990’s to 1996 while Alexander was a Life Insurance Salesperson, it is alleged by a Mr. Richard Burjoski with Central Ontario Insurance Agencies Inc. Alexander “ wrote fictitious applications for the purpose of generating commissions.”

On May 14, 1996 Alexander files for Bankruptcy claiming five hundred and eighty five thousand in Liabilities with five hundred and twenty seven thousand in assets. Ultimately, Alexander loses his Life Insurance Licence, with no known source of Income. Trustee (PWC) reports several violations under the Bankruptcy Act., made by Alexander that includes other creditor claims he did not disclose to his Trustee. Alexander’s discharge in Bankruptcy was opposed by Trustee. Alexander remained a Bankrupt until March 20, 2002. 

Between 1996, through to 2002, Alexander starts to recruit investors in Bank Debenture Trading programs, Prime Bank Guaranteed Investments, and other Investments involving European Banks with Arcadia Resources and TCI along with William Charles Rath. All of the investments are alleged to be fictitious. By his own admission Alexander states he personally invested thirty thousand dollars between 1998 and 1999 with Arcadia. He does not disclose this Asset or where the funds came from to his Trustee in Bankruptcy, (PWC) which is a serious requirement under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act. Yet, with Alexander’s own signature in his initial affidavit for discharge he clearly states he did not acquire any assets during the period before his eligibility for his Bankruptcy Discharge. 

In early 2002, just as TCI payments stopped (and TCI closed up shop) Alexander moves into 3668 Homewood Lane, London, Ontario. Records indicate the house was purchased for six hundred and forty thousand dollars with-no- known registered encumbrances, like Mortgages or Bank Liens. Alexander begins touting himself as a successful person who has knowledge and secret information on High-Yield Investments to others including people attending the same church Alexander attended.

Between, 2002 and 2010 several investors recruited by Alexander are enticed to invest with a Mr. Mark Anthony McCreath in High-Yield Investment Programs. When investors begin pressing Alexander for the return of their funds, Alexander offers up excuses upon excuses for the delays in the returned funds. It is alleged that these investments do not exist. There are no-known investors who have come forward who received any funds from their Investment with McCreath as of 2014. Some breakdowns in years: 

In June 2005, Alexander entices Robert Hoiting by having him believe he held the key to put Hoiting on a more stable footing. Hoiting invests one hundred thousand on the advice of Alexander. It is evident that Alexander was involved with other High-Yield Investments schemes other than just with McCreath after TCI was closed down. Hoiting was a fellow congregant Alexander met through the Pastor at the New Hope Community Church in Lambeth, Ontario in or about June 2005. 

In June, 2006 Alexander receives a wire transfer into his Canadian Imperial Bank account in the amount of ten thousand dollars U.S. for an investment from a Psychologist in the U.S. These funds were earmarked for another McCreath investment. Alexander at the time was under heavy pressure in another area involving his expensive lifestyle and in maintaining his residence. 

On July 6, 2006 it was reported in the London Free Press that William Charles Rath, Alexander’s alleged co-accused in a fifteen million dollar Class Action Lawsuit filed by TCI investors, went missing. In his own words Alexander states “I have not heard from him.” Rath is wanted by the FBI in the U.S. over another matter involving the illegal distribution of Satellite Licences; Rath lost his extradition appeal in Canada shortly before going missing. 

In 2008, the RCMP London Detachment charged Alexander along with four other men that included Richard Hughes with fraud over five thousand in the TTI scam. Alexander was charged over the Hoiting enticement, one of the two cases against the other four men, but his charges were dropped before the trial commenced in May, 2012 providing he pay back his share (ten thousand) to Hoiting of the one hundred thousand dollar investment and testified against the other defendants. 

It is noted that Alexander deposited funds he obtained from this deal into a Royal Bank Account in Byron, Ontario in the name of Ann Rath, the wife of William Charles Rath, the man on the run from the law where it is believed she is hiding out with her husband. Yet he states “I’ve not heard from him” but knows about depositing funds in some of their bank accounts!!

Alexander’s testimony strikes a chord about his wavering credibility. Alexander said he found out about the investment from Hughes, but relied on a man named David Smith, (who was deceased prior to trial) more “heavily” and that he trusted Smith “implicitly.” While Alexander in his own words on the witness stand admits he had been involved in these schemes before with TCI, it is also noted that Richard Hughes was also recruiting investor funds in the TCI High-Yield Investment program. David Smith, who it has previously been noted was an investor and recruited by Alexander to invest in one of the McCreath deals, had lost his entire investment. It appeared during trial Alexander was shifting the blame to a dead man David Smith who become a scape-goat at this trial as an easy target. Unfortunately there wasn’t sufficient evidence for a conviction yet victims still lost their money.

Several investors after 2010 have been sending in written statements involving investments via Ross Clark Alexander and Mark Anthony McCreath, who had led them to believe the return of their funds was guaranteed and sitting in safe investments. None of the promised returns have materialized. While evidence and other pertinent information is being compiled for an Examiner to prepare his report for an Investigation Division, it is advised that All Investors involved with Alexander seek legal advice immediately.