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Canadian victims of telemarketing fraud schemes detail how they were deceived for the civil suit.


HORVATH

The Plaintiff Elsa Horvath (hereinafter referred to as "Horvath") is an individual residing in the City of Mississauga, Ontario.

In or about 19 August 1997, Horvath received a call from a Phill Gray of Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) stating that Horvath had won a car and that Horvath was to send $800.00 to Lighthouse Direct International to receive her prize. In or about 19 August 1997, Horvath sent $800.00 to Lighthouse Direct International via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 August 1997, Horvath received a call from a Dave Wells of Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) stating that Horvath had won a large prize and that Horvath was to send $3,434.00 to Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) to receive her prize. In or about 25 August 1997, Horvath sent $3,434.00 via Priority Post Courier

In or about 29 August 1997, Horvath received a call from a Dave Wells of Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) stating Horvath had won a very large prize and that Horvath was to send $5,697.00 to Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) to receive her prize. In or about 29 August 1997, Horvath sent $5,697.00 to Lighthouse Direct International (LDI) via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 September 1997, Horvath received a call from a Ethel Cameron representing a Mr. Robert Quinn stating that Horvath had won $450,000.00 and that Horvath was to send to Robert Quinn $25,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about September 11, 1997, Horvath sent $5,000.00 to Robert Quinn via Priority Post Courier

In or about 18 September 1997, Horvath received a call from a Ethel Cameron representing a Mr. Robert Quinn stating that Horvath had won $450,000.00 and that Horvath was to sent to Robert Quinn $25,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 18 September 1997, Horvath sent $3,000.00 to Robert Quinn via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 September 1997, Horvath received a call from a Dave Wells representing a Mr. E. Yes Limoges stating that Horvath had won a motor home and coins and that Horvath was to send $20,000.00 to W. Yes Limoges to receive her prize. In or about 23 September 1997, Horvath sent $10,000.00 to W. Yes Limoges via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 October 1997, Horvath received a call from a Dave Wells who stated that Horvath had won a motor home, coins and that Horvath was to send $20,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 20 October 1997, Horvath sent $10,000.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 November 1997, Horvath received a call from a Benjamin Moore of Avanti International Marketing stating that Horvath had won $145,000.00 and that Horvath was to send to Avanti $3,998.00 to receive her prize. In or about 3 November 1997, Horvath sent $2,400.00 to Avanti via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 4 November 1997, Horvath received a call from a Mike Rivers of Impact Marketing Group stating that Horvath had won a large prize and that Horvath was to send to Impact Marketing Group $4,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 4 November 1997, Horvath sent $2,279.34 to Impact Marketing Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 November 1997, Horvath received a call from a Rick Savage of Select Marketing Systems stating that Horvath had won a car and that Horvath was to send $900.00 to Select Marketing Systems to receive her prize. In or about 6 November 1997, Horvath sent $900.00 to Select Marketing Systems via Priority Post Courier.

Horvath has sent $43,510 or more to the Defendants (hereinafter referred to as "Syndicate") but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Horvath is approximately 66 years of age.

Horvath suffered from grief and depression during material times. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


CAPUTI

The Plaintiff Joan Caputi (hereinafter referred to as "Caputi") is an individual residing in the City of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

In or about 1 May 1995, a Frank Taylor of L.G.B.O. called Caputi stating that Caputi had won a 1995 Impala or $3,500.00 and that Caputi was to send $593. 85 to receive her prize. In or about 1 May 1995, Caputi sent $593.85 to L.G.B.O. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 March 1998, a John Stewart/ Bill Clarke of Millenium-One called Caputi stating that Caputi had won $19,000.00 and that Caputi was to send $625.00 to Millenium-One to receive her prize. In or about 6 March 1998, Caputi sent $625.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 May 1998, a Bill Clarke of Millenium-One called Caputi stating she had won $75,000.00 and that Caputi was to send $5,000.00 to Millenium-One to receive her prize. In or about 6 May 1998, Caputi sent to Millenium-One $2,500.00 via Priority Post Courier.

Caputi has sent $2,737.29 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Caputi is 66 years of age.


RAINE

The Plaintiff Frederick Raine (hereinafter referred to as "Raine") is an individual residing in the Town of Stroud, Ontario.

In or about 11 February 1998, Raine received a call from a Steve Lawry of Millenium-One stating that Raine had won $50,000.00 and that Raine was to send $2,375.00 to Millenium-One to receive his prize. In or about 12 February 1998 Raine sent $2,375.00 to Millenium-One via Express Post.

In or about 3 March 1998, Raine received a call from a Alan Cote of Milleniun-One Co-op stating that Raine had won $100,000.00 and that Raine was to send $2,375.00 to Millenium-One Co-op to receive his prize. In or about 3 March 1998, Raine sent $2,375.00 to Millenium-One Co-op via Express Post.

In or about 11 March 1998, Raine received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Millenium-One Co-op stating that Raine had won $150,000.00 and that Raine was to send $2,000.00 to Millenium One-Co-op to receive his prize. In or about 11 March 1998, Raine sent $2,000.00 to Millenium-One Co-op via Express Post.

In or about 30 March 1998, Raine received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Millenium-One Co-op stating to clear prize re- government that Raine was to send to Millenium-One Co-op $900.00. In or about 30 March 1998, Raine sent $900.00 to Millenium-One Co-op via Express Post.

In or about 21 April 1998, Raine received a call from a Bob Clark of Millenium-One Co-op stating that Raine was to send $1,000.00 to Millenium-One Co-op to cover "government fees". In or about 23 April 1998, Raine sent $1,000.00 to Millenium-One Co-op via Express Post.

Raine has sent $8,650 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Raine is 83 years of age.


POLLARD

The Plaintiff Nellie Pollard (hereinafter referred to as "Pollard") is an individual residing in the City of Newmarket, Ontario.

Pollard has sent $19,000 or more to the Syndicate at various times and due to a variety of misrepresentations by the Syndicate and its agents, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate. These misrepresentations are similar to the ones already contained herein. Due to health and other reasons, Pollard is unable to recount the particulars of the events leading to her loss at the hands of the Syndicate.

Pollard is 78 years of age.

Pollard suffered from thyroid nodules, severe asthma, carpal tunnel, emotional distress, and was in a hospital during material times. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


BALAZOVIC

The Plaintiff Joseph Balazovic (hereinafter referred to as "Balazovic") is an individual residing in the City of Mississauga, Ontario.

In or about 20 April 1998, a Brian McNally of Millenium-One called Balazovic stating that Balazovic had won $52,000.00 and that Balazovic was to send $652.23 to Millenium-One to receive his prize. In or about 23 April 1998, Balazovic sent $652.23 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 26 April 1998, a Mark Price of Millenium-One called Balazovic stating that Balazovic had won $172,000.00 and that Balazovic was to send $4,948.00 to Millenium-One to receive his prize. In or about 28 April 1998, Balazovic sent $4,948.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 5 May 1998, a George Porter of Millenium-One called Balazovic stating that Balazovic had won $172,000 and that Balazovic was to send $5,000.00 to Millenium-One to receive his prize. In or about 5 May, 1998, Balazovic sent $5,000.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 May 1998, a Bill Clarke of Millenium-One called Balazovic stating that Balazovic had won $172,000.00 and that Balazovic was to send $5,000.00 to Millenium-One to receive his prize. In or about 7 May 1998, Balazovic sent $5,000.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

Balazovic has sent $15,620 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Balazovic is approximately 63 years of age.

Balazovic suffered from depression and emotional stress during material times. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


BLUNDELL

The Plaintiff Norma Blundell (hereinafter referred to as "Blundell") is an individual residing in the City of Hamilton, Ontario.

In or about 6 October, 1997, Blundell received a call from a Maia Garrett of Triple Crown Industries stating that Blundell had won $7,500.00 cash, 5 year free vacation, a 1997 Nissan Altima and that Blundell was to send Triple Crown Industries $1,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 6 October 1997, Blundell sent $$535.00 to Triple Crown Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 November 1997, Blundell received a call from a James Hogg of Prime Group stating that Blundell had won several prizes in The Great Canadian Giveaway Contest and that Blundell was to send $4,900.00 to Prime Group to receive her prize. In or about 7 November 1997, Blundell sent $2,140.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 November 1997, Blundell received a call from a T.C. Lad of Prime Group stating that Blundell had won several prizes in The Great Canadian Giveaway Contest and that Blundell was to send $2,134.00 to Prime Group to receive her prizes. In or about 13 November 1997, Blundell sent $2,134.00 to Prime Group via regular mail.

In or about 24 November 1997, Blundell received a call from a Maia Garrett of East Coas t Trading stating that Blundell had won The Great Giveaway and that Blundell was to send $5,350.00 to East Coast Trading to receive her prize. In or about 24 November 1997, Blundell sent $5,350.00 to East Coast Trading via Purolator.

In or about 01 December 1997, Blundell received a call from a James Hogg of Prime Group stating that Blundell had won several prizes in The Great Canadian Giveaway Contest and that Blundell was to send $1,780.00 to Prime Group to receive her prize. In or about 01 December 1997, Blundell sent $1,780.00 to Prime Group via Federal Express.

In or about 2 December 1997, Blundell received a call from a Ellis Petvin of Pacific Capital Company stating that Blundell had won $250,000.00 U.S. and that Blundell was to send to Pacific Capital Company $2,250.00 to receive her prize. In or about 2 December 1997, Blundell sent to Pacific Capital Company $3,240 U.S. via Federal Express.

Blundell has sent $14,320 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Blundell is approximately 65 years of age.

Blundell suffered from high blood pressure during material times. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


SOMERVILLE

The Plaintiff Kathleen Somerville (hereinafter referred to as "Somerville") is an individual residing in the City of Toronto, Ontario.

In or about 28 July 1997, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Carter of Cap Can Trading stating that Somerville had won $65,863.63 and that Somerville was to send $1,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 28 July 1997, Somerville sent $1,000.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 July 1997, Somerville received a call from a Myrtle Jenkins of Prestige Enterprises stating Somerville had won Canada Saving Bonds and that Somerville was to send to Prestige Enterprises $5,848.00 to receive her prize. In or about 29 July 1997, Somerville sent $5,848.00 to Prestige Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 15 August 1997, Somerville received a call from a Gordon Shumway of Prestige Enterprises stating that Somerville had won the Premiums Plus and that Somerville was to send to Prestige Enterprises $1,950.00 to receive her prize. In or about 15 August 1997, Somerville sent $1,950.00 to Prestige Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 September 1997, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Mansfield of Cap Can Trading stating that Somerville had won $65,863.63 and that Somerville was to send to Cap Can Trading $2,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 3 September 1997, Somerville sent $2,500.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 15 September 1997, Somerville received a call from a Peter Simon of Prestige Enterprises stating that Somerville had won the Premiums and that Somerville was to send $2,400.00 to receive her prize. In or about 15 September 1997, Somerville sent $2,400.00 to Prestige Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 September 1997, Somerville received a call from a Mark Carling of Prestige Enterprises stating that Somerville had won Canada Saving Bonds and that Somerville was to send to Prestige Enterprises $2,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 27 September 1997, Somerville sent $2,000.00 to Prestige Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 January 1998, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Harper of Diverse Industries stating that Somerville had won a Bonanza Jack Pot and for Somerville to send to Diverse Industries $6,794.50 to receive her prize. In or about 8 January 1998, Somerville sent $6,794.50 to Diverse Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 January 1998, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Harper of Diverse Industries stating that Somerville had won a Bonanza Jack Pot and that Somerville was to send to Diverse Industries $9,425.00 to receive her prize. In or about 27 January 1998, Somerville sent $9,425.00 to Diverse Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 February 1998, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Harper of Diverse Industries, stating Somerville had won a Bonanza Jack Pot and that Somerville was to send $3,785.68 to Diverse Industries to receive her prize. In or about 19 February 1998, Somerville sent $3,785.68 to Diverse Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 April 1998, Somerville received a call from a Bernice Shuster of Frontier Enterprises stating that Somerville had won a Bonanza Award and that Somerville was to send to Frontier Enterprises $2,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 17 April 1998, Somerville sent $2,500.00 to Frontier Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 5 May 1998, Somerville received a call from a Bernice Shuster of Frontier Enterprises, stating that Somerville had won a Bonanza Award and that Somerville was to send to Frontier Enterprises $2,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 5 May 1998, Somerville sent $2,500.00 to Frontier Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 May 1998, Somerville received a call from a Bernice Shuster of Frontier Enterprises stating that Somerville had won a Bonanza Award and that Somerville was to send to Frontier Enterprises $1,605.00 to receive her prize. In or about 11 May 1998, Somerville sent $1,605.00 to Frontier Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 26 May 1998, Somerville received a call from a Mr. Toddgood of Diverse Industries stating that Somerville had won $980,000.00 and that Somerville was to send $28,503.00 US to receive her prize. In or about 26 May 1998, Somerville sent $28,503.00 US to Diverse Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 26 May 1998, Somerville received a call from a Carol Harper stating that Somerville had won $480,000.00 and that Somerville was to send $9,600.00 to U.S. Sweepstakes to receive her prize. In or about 26 May 1998, Somerville sent $9,600.00 to U.s. Sweepstakes via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 15 June 1998, Somerville received a call from a Carol Harper of U.S. Sweepstakes stating that Somerville had won $480,000.00 and that Somerville was to send to U.S. Sweepstakes $9,600.00 to receive her prize. In or about 15 June 1998, Somerville sent $9,600.00 to U.S. Sweepstakes via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 June 1998, Somerville received a call from a Carol Harper of U.S. Sweepstakes stating that Somerville had won $480,000.00 and that Somerville was to send to U.S. Sweepstakes $5,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 29 June 1998, Somerville sent $5,000.00 to U.S. Sweepstakes via Priority Post Courier.

Somerville has sent $100,000 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Somerville is approximately 75 years of age.


TAYLOR

The Plaintiff Gordon Taylor (hereinafter referred to as "Taylor") is an individual residing in Toronto, Ontario.

In or about 30 November 1998, Taylor received a call from a Miss Grant of Pan Mark Holdings stating that Taylor had won $200,000.00 U.S. and that he was to send to Pan Mark Holdings $1,295.18 to receive his prize. In or about 2 December 1998, Taylor sent $1,295.18 to Pan Mark Holdings via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 December 1998, Taylor received a call from a Mrs. Margaret Cohen of Pan Mark Holdings stating Taylor had won $200,000.00 U.S. and that Taylor was to send to Pan Mark Holdings $32,463.97 to receive his prize. In or about 8 December 1998, Taylor sent to Pan Mark Holdings $32,463.97 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 10 December 1998, Taylor received a call from a Mrs. Margaret Cohen of Pan Mark Holdings stating that Taylor had won $250,000.00 U.S. and that Taylor was to send to Pan Mark Holdings $38,956.00 to receive his prize. In or about 14 December, Taylor sent $38,956.00 to Pan Mark Holdings via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 December 1998, Taylor received a call from a Alan Sarty/Roger Parker brokers at a Municipal Bailiff’s office stating that Taylor had won $250,000.00 and that Taylor was to send $2,500.00 and Roger Parker would pick up the package and deliver same to Taylor. In or about 22 December 1998, Taylor sent $2,500.00 to Roger Parker via Purolator.

Gordon Taylor has sent $75,215.15 or more to the Syndicate.

Gordon Taylor is 80 years of age.


GIBBONS

The Plaintiff Mary Gibbons (hereinafter referred to as "Gibbons") is an individual residing in the Town of Newmarket, Ontario.

During material times, Gibbons was called by the Syndicate and their agents ("callers.") These callers identified themselves as belonging to these organizations; these representations were made by the callers:

Publishers Clearing House – Gibbons won $250,000 but had to send $735 to cross the border

Priority Clearing House – Gibbons won a large sum of cash

Canadian Family Publishers – Gibbons won $390.000

Global Investments Consumer Protection – Gibbons getting $75,000 as a "recovery" or "settlement"

Recovery Promotions – Company had some money for her but Gibbons had to send money first

Diverse Industries – Caller was from Consumer Affairs, and was calling because of the outstanding prize money in the amount of $31,844.20 that was owing to her. Caller asked Gibbons to send $5,000 to cover exchange and customs. Caller gave Gibbons a "reference number US-7990114555-618A." Gibbons could also send $3,000 now.

Quality Product Management Inc QPM Inc – Gibbons was guaranteed to win 1 of 3 prizes. Gibbons later received 2 pens that didn’t work, a cheap clock, and a watch after Gibbons sent $840

Motor Vehicle Award – Gibbons won $37,500 but had to pay the duty of $2,200 upfront.

SS Viking Industries – Gibbons won the grand prize, and would receive 1 of 3 prizes including a Ski Bob and a Ford Explorer. Gibbons had to purchase a $2,400 coin collection. The caller said he was a family man and a Christian.

C.G.W. Inc – Gibbons won a Ford Aerostar

These and similar representations by agents or employees of the Syndicate made to Gibbons were repeated to the other Plaintiffs under the direction of the Syndicate.

In or about 26 February 1998, Gibbons received a call from a Erwin Bosysick of Diverse Industries stating that she had won a large, extravagant prize and that Gibbons was to send to Diverse Industries $3,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 26 February 1998, Gibbons sent $3,000.00 to Diverse Industries via Priority Post Courier.

Between 1994 and 1998 Gibbons sent a total of approximately $12,000 to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Gibbons is approximately 75 years of age.


RABKO

The Plaintiff Michal Rabko (hereinafter referred to as "Rabko") is an individual residing in the City of Toronto, Ontario.

In or about 14 May 1996, Rabko received a call from a John O’Brien of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $172,531.75 and that Rabko was to send to Publishers Digest $731.29 to receive his prize. In or about 17 May 1996, Rabko sent $731.29 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 21 May 1996, Rabko received a call from a Antonio Gonzalas of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $172,531.75 plus $15,321.00 and that Rabko was to send to Publishers Digest $560.01 to receive his prize. In or about 23 May 1996, Rabko sent $560.01 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 May 1996, Rabko received a call from a Antonio Gonzalas of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $187,852.75 and that Rabko was to send $560.23 to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 24 May 1996, Rabko sent $560.23 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 May 1996, Rabko received a call from a Steven Jones of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $187,852.75 and that Rabko was to send $1,000.00 to Digest Publishers to receive his prize. In or about 30 May 1996, Rabko sent $1,000.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 September 1996, Rabko received a call from a Peter Grant of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $187,852.75 and that Rabko was to send to Publishers Digest $500.00 to receive his prize. In or about 17 September 1996, Rabko sent $500.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 18 September 1996, Rabko received a call from a Julia Gibson of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $187,852.75 and that Rabko was to send to Publishers Digest $1,000.00 to receive his prize. In or about 19 September 1996, Rabko sent $1,000.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 October 1996, Rabko received a call from a Sylvia Parks of Readers Clearing Center stating that Rabko was to send $2,310.00 to Readers Clearing Center to cover US and Canadian border fees in order for him to receive his prize. In or about 7 October 1996, Rabko sent $2,310.00 to Readers Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 October 1996, Rabko received a call from a Janice Freedman of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko was to send $1,000.00 to cover fees to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 14 October 1996, Rabko sent $1,000.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 November 1996, Rabko received a call from a Maria Seymour of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko was to send $2,000.00 to cover fees to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 4 November 1996, Rabko sent $2,000.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 24 November 1996, Rabko received a call from a John Fisher of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko was to send $700.00 to cover fees to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 25 November 1996, Rabko sent $700.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 January 1997, Rabko received a call from a Sam Whiteman of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko was to send $1,800.00 to Publishers Digest to cover fees and to receive his prize. In or about 13 January 1997, Rabko sent $1,800.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 January 1997, Rabko received a call from a Peter Morris of Publishers Digest stating that Rabko had won $187,852.75 and that Rabko was to send to Publishers Digest $1,925.00 to receive his prize. In or about 20 January 1997, Rabko sent $1,925.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 24 February 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara of Columbia Groupe Inc. stating that Rabko had won over $200,000.00 and that Rabko was to send to Columbia Groupe Inc. $2,000.00 to receive his prize. In or about 25 February 1997, Rabko sent $2,000.00 to Columbia Groupe Inc. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 March 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara stating that Rabko was to sent $2,800.00 fees for insurance on his win to Columbia Groupe Inc. to receive his prize. In or about 3 March 1997, Rabko sent $2,800.00 to Columbia Groupe Inc. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 March 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara of Columbia Groupe stating he had won a large, extravagant prize and that Rabko was to send $1,776.00 to Columbia Groupe Inc. to receive his prize. In or about 3 March 1997, Rabko sent $1,776.00 to Columbia Groupe via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 March 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara of Columbia Groupe stating that Rabko had won a large, extravagant prize and that Rabko was to send $4,438.00 to Columbia Groupe Inc. to cover rental of an armoured truck in order to receive his prize. In or about 12 March 1997, Rabko sent $4,438.00 to Columbia Groupe Inc. via Priority Post Inc.

In or about 20 March 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara of Columbia Groupe stating that Rabko had won a large, extravagant prize and that Rabko was to send $2,995.00 to Columbia Groupe to receive his prize. In or about 21 March 1997, Rabko sent $2,995.00 to Columbia Groupe via Priority Post Courier

In or about 26 March 1997, Rabko received a call from a Victoria Kara of Columbia Groupe stating that Rabko was to send $4,300.00 to Columbia Groupe to cover a "returnable delivery deposit" in order to receive his prize. In or about 25 April 1997, Rabko sent to Columbia Groupe $4,300.00 via Priority Post Courier.

Rabko has sent $32,525.14 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Rabko is 44 years of age.

Rabko suffered from depression and emotion distress during material times. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


IRVING

The Plaintiff Ruth Irving (hereinafter referred to as "Irving") is an individual residing in the City of Sarnia, Ontario.

In or about 27 March 1995, Irving received a call from a Kathy Hunt of LGBO Industries Inc. stating that Irving had won coupons for groceries and that Irving was to send $379.79 to LGBO Industries Inc. to receive her prize. In or about 27 March 1995, Irving sent $379.79 to LGBO Industries Inc. via Purolator.

In or about 26 May 1995, Irving received a call from a Jack Moss of LGBO Industries Inc. stating that Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $1,721.00 to LGBO Industries Inc. to receive her prize. In or about 26 May 1995, Irving sent $1,721.00 to LGBO Industries Inc. via Purolator.

In or about 3 July 1995, Irving received a call from a Les Moore of Pro Save Inc. stating that Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $3,269.00 to Pro Save Inc. to receive her prize. In or about 5 July 1995, Irving got a cash advance from her Bank of Montreal Visa and sent $3,269.00 to Pro Save Inc.

In or about 3 July 1995, Irving received a call from a Les Moore stating that Irving was to send another $1,449.85 to Pro Save Inc. to receive her prize. In or about 3 July 1995, Irving sent $1,449.85 to Pro Save Inc.

In or about 9 December 1996, Irving received a call from a Martin Spencer of Tera Sales stating that Irving had won a $60,000.00 RV and that Irving was to send $1,608.21 to Tera Sales to receive her prize. In or about 9 December 1996, Irving sent $1,608.21 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 January 1997, Irving received a call from a Lila Spencer of Montreal Interactive Communications stating that Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $1,721.00 to Montreal Interactive Communication to receive her prize. In or about 20 January 1997, Irving sent two Money orders one in the amount of $471.00 and another in the amount of $999.00 to Montreal Interactive Communications via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 January 1997, Irving received a call from a Doug Wells of Tera Sales stating that Irving had won $60,000.00 RV and that Irving was to send $535.00 to cover taxes to Tera Sales to receive her prize. In or about 23 January 1997, Irving sent a $535.00 Money Order to Tera Sales.

In or about January 1997, Irving received a call from a Martin Spencer of Tera Sales stating that Irving had won a Catalina Trailer and or $20,000.00 or $7,500 in Canadian Savings Bonds and or Hawaii/Cancun vacation and that Irving was to send $1,721.00 to Tera Sales to receive her prize. In or about January 1997, Irving sent $1,721.00 to Tera Sales via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 January 1997, Irving received a call from a Doug Wells of Tera Sales stating that Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $535.00 to Tera Sales to receive her prize. In or about 23 January 1997, Irving sent $535.00 to Tera Sales via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 June 1997, Irving received a call from a Joe Green of Delta International stating that Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $2,500.00 to Delta International to receive her prize. In or about 7 June 1997, Irving sent $2,500.00 to Delta International via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 July 1997, Irving received a call from a Eli Marion of Delta International stating Irving had won a large prize and that Irving was to send $2,500.00 to Delta International to receive her prize. In or about 11 July 1997, Irving sent $2,500.00 to Delta International via Priority post Courier.

In or about 29 July 1997, Irving received a call from a Allen Fairgate of Consumers Group stating that Irving had been scammed and that Irving was to send $500.00 to Consumers Group to receive a refund of $6,212.93. In or about 29 July 1997, Irving sent a $500.00 Money Order to Consumers Group via regular mail.

In or about 8 October 1997, Irving received a call from a Rick Peterson of Delta International stating that Irving had a large prize that Irving was to send $1,000.00 to Delta International to receive her prize. In or about 8 October 1997, Irving sent two Money Orders for $500.00 each to Delta International via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 17 August 1998, Irving received a call from a R. Pezik of Concord International stating that Irving had won $125,000.00 and that Irving was to send $923.36 to Concord International to receive her prize. In or about 17 August, 1998, Irving sent $923.36 to Concord International via Priority Post Courier.

Irving has sent $17,045.64 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Irving is 72 years of age.

Irving’s medical condition is very serious and Irving has had a history of illness including Retroperitoneal Histiocytic Malignant Lymphoma. Irving has had chemotherapy and radiation as a result of this illness. Irving also suffers from heart problems and as a result has suffered from brain dysfunctions including lapses in memory and other mental and psychological functions. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


BESTWARD

The Plaintiff Lorne Bestward (hereinafter referred to as "Bestward") is an individual residing in the Hanover, Ontario.

In or about 16 March 1998, Bestward received a call from a Scott Thompson of U.S.C. stating that Bestward had won the above-mentioned award and that Bestward was to send $190.45 to U.S.C. to receive his prize. In or about 16 March 1998, Bestward sent $190.45 to U.S.C. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 March 1998, Bestward received a call from a L. Munro of Dominion Alliance Corp. stating that Bestward had won a large, extravagant prize and that Bestward was to send $660.00 to Dominion Alliance Corp. to receive his prize. In or about 16 March 1998, Bestward sent $660.00 to Dominion Alliance Corp. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 March 1998, Bestward received a call from a company called USC stating he had won a large award and that Bestward was to send $800.00 to USC to receive his prize. In or about 20 March 1998, Bestward sent $800.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 March 1998, Bestward received a call from a Scott Thompson of U.S.C. stating that Bestward had won a large, extravagant and that Bestward was to send $800.00 to receive his price. In or about 20 March 1998, Bestward sent 800.00 to U.S.C. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 April 1998, Bestward received a call from a Jordon Neil of Heritage Roman Coin Collection stating that Bestward had won a large, extravagant prize and that Bestward was to send $$1,895.00 to Heritage Roman Coin Collection to receive his prize. In or about 3 April 1998, Bestward sent two Money Orders, one for $900.00, the other for $995.00 to Heritage Roman Coin Collection via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 April 1998, Bestward received a call from a Scott Thompson of United Sales Group Inc. stating that Bestward had won an extravagant prize and that Bestward was to send $1,300.00 to United Sales Group Inc. to receive his prize. In or about 29 April 1998, Bestward sent two Money Orders one in the amount of $680.00 , the other in the amount of $620.00 to United Sales Group Inc. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 1 May 1998, Bestward received a call from a P. Heimbecker of Dominion Alliance Corp. stating that Bestward had won a large, extravagant prize and that Bestward was to send $1,480.00 to Dominion Alliance Corp. to receive his prize. In or about 01 May 1998, Bestward sent two Money Orders, one in the amount of $481.00, another for $999.00 to Dominion Alliance via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 May 1998, Bestward received a call from a company called Dominion Alliance Corp. stating Bestward had won a large, extravagant prize and that Bestward was to send $1000.00 to Dominion Alliance Corp. to receive his prize. In or about 29 May 1998, Bestward sent $1,000.00 to Dominion Alliance Corp.

In or about 30 May 1998, Bestward received a call from a company called 3411699 Canada Inc. stating that Bestward had won an Air Purification System and that Bestward was to send $546.86 to receive his prize. In or about 30 May 1998, Bestward sent $546.86 to Canadian Water Source via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 May 1998, Bestward received a "reminder" of overdue payment from a company called Reader’s Digest stating Bestward owed $1,039.03 which must be paid by 20 June 1998. In or about 30 May 1998, Bestward sent $1,039.03 to Reader’s Digest

Bestward has sent $16,000 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Bestward is 86 years of age.


IMBESI

The Plaintiff Giovanna Imbesi (hereinafter referred to as "Imbesi") is an individual residing in the City of Vaughn, Ontario.

In or about 19 February 1997, Imbesi received a call from a Stacey Richards of Columbia Group informing her that they were an investigating company and that they had learned through investigation that a company called Protel Resources owed Imbesi a cash balance of $243,000.00. They went on to explain that in order for Imbesi to receive this money Imbesi was to send a fee of $3,750.00 to Columbia Group to receive her prize. In or about 21 February 1997, Imbesi sent $3,750.00 to Columbia Group via Purolator.

In or about February 27 1997, Imbesi received a call from a Faye Freeman of Columbia Group stating that Imbesi was to send a brokerage fee of $1,652.00 to Columbia Group to receive her prize. In or about 27 February 1997, Imbesi sent $1,652.00 to Columbia Group via Purolator.

In or about 24 March 1997, Imbesi received a call from a Steven Parnell of Columbia Group stating that Imbesi had won a large cash prize and that Imbesi was to send $5,000.00 to Columbia Group to receive her prize. In or about 24 March 1997, Imbesi sent $5,000.00 to Columbia Group via Purolator.

In or about 15 April 1997, Imbesi received a call from a Peter Stein (lawyer) of Columbia Group stating that Imbesi was to pay a fee of $5,000.00 to Columbia Group to receive her large cash prize. In or about 15 April 1997, Imbesi sent $5,000.00 to Columbia Group via Purolator.

Imbesi has sent $15,402 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Imbesi is 30 years of age.

During material times, Imbesi suffered from the loss of a loved one (grief) and medical problems. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


WILCOX

The Plaintiff Elaine Wilcox (hereinafter referred to as "Wilcox") is an individual residing in the City of Chatham, Ontario.

In or about 27 August 1997, Wilcox received a call from a Allen Green of Consumer Group, stating that Wilcox had won $125,000.00 U.S. and that Wilcox was to send $6,625.00 to Consumer Group to receive her prize. In or about 27 August 1997, Wilcox sent $3,312.50 to Consumer Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 September 1997, Wilcox received a call from a Louis Tepple of Consumer Group stating that for Wilcox to receive the prize of $125,000.00 U.S., Wilcox was to send $6,625.00 to Consumer Group to receive her prize. In or about 3 October 1997, Wilcox sent $6,625.00 to Consumer Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 October 1997, Wilcox received a call from a William Connally of ISP stating that Wilcox for Wilcox to receive the prize of $125,000.00 U.S., Wilcox was to send $7,480.00 to ISP to receive her prize. In or about 8 October 1997, Wilcox sent $4,500.00 to ISP via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 October 1997, Wilcox received a call from a Louis Tepple of Consumer Group stating that Wilcox had won $278,000.00 U.S. and that Wilcox was to send $8,109.00 to Consumer Group to receive her prize. In or about 12 November 1997, Wilcox sent $8,109.00 to Consumer Group via Swift Sure Courier.

In or about 01 December 1997, Wilcox received a call from a Sam White of Consumer Group stating for Wilcox to receive the prize of $278,000.00 U.S., Wilcox was to send $20,000.00 to Consumer Group to receive her prize. In or about 01 December 1997, Wilcox sent $20,000.00 to Consumer Group via UPS Courier.

Wilcox has sent $42,546.50 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Wilcox is 59 years of age.


CONNELLY

The Plaintiff Richard Connelly (hereinafter referred to as "Connelly") is an individual residing in the Town of Kirkland Lake, Ontario.

In or about 24 June 1997, Connelly received a call from a Jack Perkins of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won $125,000.00 and that Connelly was to send $500.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 24 June 1997, Connelly sent $500.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 July 1997, Connelly received a call from a Jack Perkins of Prime Group stating that stating for Connelly to receive the prize referred to previously, Connelly had to send $1,640.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 7 July 1997, Connelly sent $1,640.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 July 1997, Connelly received a call from a Bill Shields of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won $200,000.00 and that Connelly was to send $400.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 22 July 1997 Connelly sent $400.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 July 1997, Connelly received a call from a Jack Perkins of Prime Group stating that stating for Connelly to receive the prize referred to above, Connelly had to send $1,000.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 22 July 1997, Connelly sent two $500.00 Money Orders to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 August 1997, Connelly received a call from a Jack Perkins of PrimeGroup stating that stating for Connelly to receive the prize referred to above, Connelly had to send $510.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 13 August 1997, Connelly sent two Money Orders of $500.00 and $10.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier

In or about 19 August 1997, Connelly received a call from a Jack Perkins of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won a Top Annual Award and that Connelly was to send $1,200.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 19 August 1997, Connelly sent two Money Orders of $600.00 each to Prim Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 August 1997, Connelly received a call from a Christopher Zanti of Prime Group stating Connelly had won a large prize and that Connelly was to send $125.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 29 August 1997, Connelly sent $125.00 via Western Union.

In or about 17 September 1997, Connelly received a call from a Peter Black of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won $200,000.00 and that Connelly was to send $2,500.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 17 September 1997, Connelly sent $2,500.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 September 1997, Connelly received a call from a Peter Black of Prime Group stating that stating for Connelly to receive the prize referred to above, Connelly had to send another $365.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 19 September 1997, Connelly sent $365.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 01 October 1997, Connelly received a call from a Peter Black of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won $500,000.00 and that Connelly was to send $1070.00 to Prime Group to receive his prize. In or about 1 October 1997, Connelly sent two Money Orders, one for $570.00 and one for $500.00 to Prime Group via Priority Post.

In or about 21 October 1997, Connelly received a call from a Peter Pack of Prime Group stating that Connelly had won a Grand Prize $500,000.00 and that Connelly was to send another $4,499.00 to Prime Group to received his prize. In or about 21 October 1997, Connelly sent $4,499.00 via Priority Post Courier.

Connelly has sent $14,809 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Connelly is 40 years of age.


KALRA

The Plaintiff Rajesh Kalra (hereinafter referred to as "Kalra") is an individual residing in the Town of Markham, Ontario.

In or about 30 April 1997, Kalra received a call from a Susan Brooks of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won either a Satellite Dish, trip to Hawaii, cash or coins, and that Kalra was to send to Canadian Clearing Center $1,605.00 to receive his prize. In or about 30 April 1997, Kalra sent $1,605.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 May 1997, Kalra received a call from a Don Baldwin of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won a Motor Speedboat and that Kalra was to send $2,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 8 May 1997, Kalra sent $2,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 May 1997, Kalra received a call from a Bob Cole of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won a Skidoo and that Kalra was to send $4,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 14 May 1997, Kalra sent $4,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 10 June 1997, Kalra received a call from a Eric Taylor of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won a Home Entertainment Centre and that Kalra was to send $6,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 11 June 1997, Kalra sent $6,850.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 July 1997, Kalra received a call from a Bob Cole of Canadian Clearing Center, stating that Kalra had won a Savings Certificate and that Kalra was to send $4,000.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 7 July, 1997, Kalra sent $4,000.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 August 1997, Kalra received a call from a Bob Cole of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won a swimming pool and that Kalra was to send $6,000.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 8 August 1997, Kalra sent $1,070.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 September 1997, Kalra received a call from a Bob Cole of Canadian Clearing Center stating that Kalra had won a $36,000 Canada Savings Certificate and that Kalra was to send $2,033.00 to Canadian Clearing Center to receive his prize. In or about 26 of October 1997, Kalra sent $2,033.00 to Canadian Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 September 1997, Kalra received a call from a Carole Brown of Birchdale Inc. stating that Kalra had won a large prize consisting of either bonds, gold, securities, and cash, and that Kalra was to send $2,000.00 to Birchdale Inc. to receive his prize. In or about 26 September 1997, Kalra sent $2,000.00 to Birchdale Inc. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 January 1998, Kalra received a call from a Sarah Jones of Direct Shoppers Network, stating that Kalra had won a 1998 Chevy Blazer or cash and that Kalra was to send $1,800.00 to Direct Shoppers Network to receive his prize. In or about 23 January 1998, Kalra sent $1,100.00 to Direct Shoppers Network via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 March 1998, Kalra received a call from a Paul Hilton of Action Enterprises stating that Kalra had won a large cash prize or a new vehicle and that Kalra was to send $1,650.00 to Action Enterprises to receive his prize. In or about 27 March 1998, Kalra sent $988.00 to Action Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 March 1998, Kalra received a call from a Lyn of Canadian Household Distributors stating that Kalra had won a large prize and that Kalra was to send $1,500.00 to Canaidan Household Distributors to receive his prize. In or about 14 April 1998, Kalra sent $800.00 to Canadian Household Distributors via Priority Post Courier.

Rajesh Kalra is 30 years of age. Kalra has sent $27,646 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Mr. Kalra has been suffering from depression and has been seeing a psychiatrist for the last year on a regular basis and is receiving medication for his depression. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


DENMAN

The Plaintiff Ed Denman (hereinafter referred to as "Denman") is an individual residing in the Raymore, Saskatchewan.

In or about 20 June 1995, Denman received a call from a company called P.C.I. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,950.00 to P.C.I. to receive his prize. In or about 20 June 1995, Denman sent $1,950.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 August 1995, Denman received a call from a company called P.C.I. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,200.00 to P.C.I. to receive his prize. In or about 17 August 1995, Denman sent $1,200.00 to P.C.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 October 1995, Denman received a call from a company called P.C.I. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,792.00 to P.C.I. to receive his prize. In or about 6 October 1995, Denman sent $1,792.00 to P.C.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 18 October 1995, Denman received a call from a company called A.D.N. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $899.00 to A.D.N. to receive his prize. In or about 18 October 1995, Denman sent $899.00 to A.D.N. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 November 1995, Denman received a call from a company called RGH Industries stating that Denman had won a large prize and that Denman was to send $1,107.75 to RGH Industries to receive his prize. In or about 28 November 1995, Denman sent $1,107.75 to RGH Industries via Priority Post Courier

In or about 29 November 1995, Denman received a call from a company called P.C.I. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,497.00 to P.C.I. to receive his prize. In or about 29 November 1995, Denman sent $1,497.00 to P.C.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 15 December 1995, Denman received a call from a company called A.D.N. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,279.00 to A.D.N. to receive his prize. In or about 15 December 1995, Denman sent $1,279.00 to A.D.N. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 January 1996, Denman received a call from a company called C.G.W. stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $3,427.00 to C.G.W. to receive his prize. In or about 30 January 1996, Denman sent $3,427.00 to C.G.W. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 February 1996, Denman received a call from a Brotel Res stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $2,102.00 to Brotel Res. To receive his prize. In or about 2 February 1996, Denman sent $2,102.00 to Brotel Res via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 February 1996, Denman received a call from a company called Rev Can Distributors stating that Denman had won a large prize and that Denman was to send $1,498.63 to Rev Can Distributors to receive his prize. In or about 16 February 1996, Denman sent $1,498.63 to Rev Can Distributors via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 February 1996, Denman received a call from a Mike Redman of Publishers Digest stating Denman had won $58,427.96 and that Denman was to send $599.42 to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 27 February 1996, Denman sent $599.42 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 February 1996, Denman received a call from a Johnathon Mocer of Protel Resources stating that Denman had won a Chevrolet truck/cash and that Denman was to send $1,742.00 to Protel Resources to receive his prize. In or about 27 February 1996, Denman sent $1,608.00 to Protel Resources via Express Post Courier.

In or about 2 March 1996, Denman received a call from a Jack Stone of Fortress Marketing stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $6,688.00 to Fortress Marketing to receive his prize. In or about 12 March 1996, Denman sent $3,400.00 to Fortress Marketing via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 March 1996, Denman received a call from a Jack Horne of Corp Investment Centre stating that Denman had won $327,720.00 and that Denman was to send $3,000.00 to Horne Corp Investment Centre to receive his prize. In or about 20 March 1996, Denman sent $1,500.00 to Corp Investment Centre via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 March 1996, Denman received a call from a C. Miller of Pro Can stating Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $2,876.17 to Pro Can to receive his prize. In or about 25 March 1996, Denman sent $2,876.17 to Pro Can via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 March 1996, Denman received a call from a Paul Campbell of Protel Resources stating that Denman had won a Saturn car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $2,183.00 to Protel Resources to receive his prize. In or about 27 March 1996, Denman sent $2,183.00 to Protel Resources via Express Post Courier.

In or about 30 March 1996, Denman received a call from a Peter White of Future Busines s Communications stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,279.00 to Future Business Communications to receive his prize. In or about 30 March 1996, Denman sent $1,279.00 to Future Business Communications via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 April 1996, Denman received a call from a Jack Hards of Sywin International stating that Denman had won a Nissan car/vacation and that Denman was to send $1,070.00 to Sywin International to receive his prize. In or about 2 April 1996, Denman sent $1,070.00 to Sywin International via Express Post Courier.

In or about 12 April 1996, Denman received a call from a R. Gordon of Pro Can stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $2,370.00 to Pro Can to receive his prize. In or about 12 April 1996, Denman sent $2,370.00 to Pro Can via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 April 1996, Denman received a call from a Jack Hards of Sywin International stating that Denman had won a Nissan car/vacation and that Denman was to send $1,456.00 to Sywin International to receive his prize. In or about 23 April 1996, Denman sent $1,456.00 to Sywin International via a Money Order.

In or about 6 June 1996, Denman received a call from a company by the name of Victoria Network stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $502.90 to Victoria Network to receive his prize. In or about 6 June 1996, Denman sent $502.90 to Victoria Network via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 17 December 1996, Denman received a call from a company called Omega Group stating that Denman had won a car/substantial cash and that Denman was to send $1,240.22 to Omega Group to receive his prize. In or about 17 December 1996, Denman sent $1,240.22 to Omega Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 January 1997, Denman received a call from a Peter Clark of Publishers Digest stating that Denman had won $58,427.96 and that Denman was to send $1,222.00 to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 29 January 1997, Denman sent $1,222.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 February 1997, Denman received a call from a Peter Clark of Publishers Digest stating that Denman had won $58,427.96 and that Denman was to send $2,750.00 to Publishers Digest to receive his prize. In or about 6 February 1997, Denman sent $2,750.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 February 1997, Denman received a call from a Todd Huston/Brook Adams of Columbia Group stating he had won a Chevrolet truck/cash and that Denman was to send $6,000.00 to Columbia Group to receive his prize. In or about 27 February 1997, Denman sent $4,350.00 to Columbia Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 March 1998, Denman received a call from a Mike Andrews of Atlantic Com Group stating that Denman had won $100,000.00 and that Denman was to send $700.00 to Atlantic Com Group to receive his prize. In or about 2 March 1998, Denman sent $700.00 to Atlantic Com Group via Priority Post Courier.

Denman has sent $53,221.46 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Denman is 68 years of age.


REGUSH

The Plaintiff Justina Regush (hereinafter referred to as "Regush") is an individual residing in the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan.

In or about 10 September 1997, Regush received a call from a Betty Cole/Ann of J.C.A. Enterprises stating that Regush had won cash, diamond necklace etc. and that Regush was to send $1,950.00 to J.C.A. Enterprises to receive her prize. In or about 10 September 1997, Regush sent $1,950.00 to J.C.A. Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 November 1997, Regush received a call from a Betty Cole/Ann of J.C.A. Enterprises stating that Regush had won cash, diamond necklace, etc. and that Regush was to send $1,950.00 to J.C.A. Enterprises to receive her prize. In or about 25 November 1997, Regush sent $1,950.00 to J.C.A. Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

Regush has sent $4,954 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Regush is 55 years of age.


TERLIZZI

The Plaintiff Nicola (Nick) Terlizzi (hereinafter referred to as "Terlizzi") is an individual residing in the City of Toronto, Ontario.

In or about 20 March 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Diane Winters of Action Enterprises stating Terlizzi had won a Ford Escort/cash and that Terlizzi was to send $535.00 to Action Enterprises to receive his prize. In or about 25 March 1998, Terlizzi sent $535.00 to Action Enterprises via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 March 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Andrea Davidson of Canadian Household Dist. stating that Terlizzi had won a large, extravagant prize and that Terlizzi was to send $689.00 to Canadian Household Dist. to receive his prize. In or about 9 April 1998, Terlizzi sent $689.00 to Canadian Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 April 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Phil Blunt of Canadian Household Dist. stating that Terlizzi had won a a large, extravagant prize and that Terlizzi was to send $2,352 to Canadian Household Dist. to receive his prize. In or about 28 April 1998, Terlizzi sent $2,352 to Canadian Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 April 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a John Marshall of Canadian Household Dist. stating that Terlizzi had won a large, extravagant prize and that Terlizzi was to send $2,255 to Canadian Household Dist. to receive his prize. In or about 25 April 1998, Terlizzi sent $2,255 to Canadian Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 May 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Bill Sherm of Franklyn Collectables stating that Terlizzi had won a large, extravagant prize and that Terlizzi was to send $2,675.00 to Franklyn Collectables to receive his prize. In or about 25 May 1998, Terlizzi sent $2,675.00 to Franklyn Collectables via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 June 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Marvin Ross of N.C.C. Canada stating that Terlizzi had won a Dodge Dakota Sport Pick-up/cash and that Terlizzi was to send $562.00 to N.C.C Canada to receive his prize. In or about 12 June 1998, Terlizzi sent $562.00 to N.C.C Canada via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 26 June 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Doug Brown of Franklyn Collectables stating that Terlizzi had won a large, extravagant prize and that Terlizzi was to send $1,175.00 to Franklyn Collectables to receive his prize. In or about 2 July 1998, Terlizzi sent $1,175.00 to Franklyn Collectables via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 17 July 1998, Terlizzi received a call from a Philip Deon of Franklyn Collectables stating that Terlizzi had won another mystery promotion prize and that Terlizzi was to send $588.00 to Franklyn Collectables to receive his prize. In or about 24 July 1998, Terlizzi sent $588.00 to Franklyn Collectables via Priority Post Courier.

Terlizzi has sent $11,000 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Terlizzi is 31 years of age and is unable to work, due to a medical disability. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


DUNLOP

The Plaintiff Gundrun Dunlop (hereinafter referred to as "Dunlop") is an individual residing in the Town of Wynard, Saskatchewan.

Dunlop has sent $60,000 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

In or about 18 September 1995, Dunlop received a call from a Ed Jackson of Federal Commercial Suppliers Inc. stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $5,175.75 to Federal Commercial Suppliers to receive her prize. In or about 18 September 1995, Dunlop sent $5,175.75 to Federal Commercial Suppliers Inc.

In or about 6 May 1996, Dunlop received a call from a John O’Brien of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop was eligible to win a large, extravagant prize in the "All Star Classic" and that Dunlop was to send $851.42 to receive her prize. In or about 6 May 1996, Dunlop sent $851.42 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 May 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Antonio Gonzalas Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $599.45 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 13 May 1996, Dunlop sent $599.45 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 May 1996, Dunlop received a calls from William Jenkins, Bill Martin and Dennis Miller of International Brokers Association stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $1,150.00 to International Brokers to receive his prize. In or about 31 May 1996, Dunlop sent a Money Order for $575.00 and on 4 July 1996, a Money Order for $575.00 to International Brokers Association via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 14 August 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Brenda Peters of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop was eligible for several large, extravagant prizes in the All Star Classic Promotion and that Dunlop was to send $2,000.00 to receive her prizes. In or about 14 August 1996, Dunlop sent $2,000.00 to Publishers Digest.

In or about 16 September 1996, Dunlop received a call from a J. Stewart of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $1,500.00 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 16 September 1996, Dunlop sent $1,500.00 to Publishers Digest.

In or about 23 September 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Jim Stewart of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $500.00 to received her prize. In or about 23 September 1996, Dunlop sent $500.00 to Publishers Digest.

In or about 30 September 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Michelle Woods of Readers Clearing Centre stating that Dunlop was eligible to win a large, extravagant prize in the "Great Canadian Event" and that Dunlop was to send $4,000.00 to Readers Clearing Centre to receive her prize. In or about 30 September 1996, Dunlop sent $4,000.00 to Readers Clearing Centre.

In or about 5 October 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Antonio Gonzalas of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize in the All Star Classic and that Dunlop was to send $599.45 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 5 October 1996, Dunlop sent $599.45 to Publishers Digest.

In or about 28 October 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Michelle Woods of Readers Clearing Centre stating that Dunlop was to send another $2,000.00 to Readers Clearing Centre to be eligible to receive a large, extravagant prize. In or about 28 October 1996, Dunlop sent $2,000.00 to Readers Clearing Centre.

In or about 11 November 1996, Dunlop received a call once again from a Michelle Woods of Readers Clearing Centre stating that Dunlop was eligible to win a large, extravagant prize in "The Great Canadian Event" and that Dunlop was to send $2,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 11 November 1996, Dunlop sent $2,000.00 to Readers Clearing Centre.

In or about 2 December 1996, Dunlop received a call from a Michelle Woods of Readers Clearing Centre stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize and that Dunlop was to send $5,458.40 to Readers Clearing Centre to receive her prize. In or about 2 December 1996, Dunlop sent $5,458.40 to Readers Clearing Centre.

In or about 3 February 1997, Dunlop received a call from a Peter Morris of Publishers Digest stating that Dunlop had won one of the above-mentioned prizes and the Dunlop was to send $1,718.00 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 3 February 1997, Dunlop sent $1,718.00.

In or about 3 March 1997, Dunlop received a call from a Debra Shelton of Publishers Digest again stating that Dunlop had won a large prize and that Dunlop was to send $3,200.00 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 3 March 1997, Dunlop sent $3,200.00 to Publishers Digest.

In or about 19 March 1997, Dunlop received a call an Amanda Corber of Columbia Group stating that Dunlop had won a large, extravagant prize that that Dunlop was to send $1,000.00 to Columbia Group to receive her prize. In or about 19 March 1997, Dunlop sent $1,000.00 to Columbia Group via Priority Post Courier.

Dunlop is 86 years of age.

Dunlop has sent $60,000 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Dearing is 86 years of age.


DEARING

The Plaintiff Ilene Dearing (hereinafter referred to as "Dearing") is an individual residing in the City of Calgary, Alberta.

In or about 12 May 1998, Dearing received a call from a Bill Clark of Millenium-One stating Dearing had won $150,000 and that Dearing was to send $805.00 to receive her prize. In or about 14 May 1998, Dearing sent to Millenium-One two drafts, one for $500.00 and a second for $305.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19/20 May 1998, Dearing received a call from a Bill Clark/John Stancey of Millenium-One stating that Dearing had to pay an additional $5,000.00 to receive her prize referred to above. In or about 22 May 1998, Dearing sent $5,000.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 May 1998, Dearing received a call from a Bill Clark/John Stancey of Millenium-One One stating that Dearing had to pay an additional $1,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 2 June 1998, Dearing sent $1,500.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 June 1998, Dearing received a call from a Bill Clark/John Stancey of Millenium-One One stating that Dearing had to pay an additional $3,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 10 June 1998, Dearing sent $2,000.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

Dearing has sent $9,305 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Dearing is 69 years of age.

Dearing suffered from severe migraines when she realized that she had lost her life savings to the Syndicate. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


FOURNIER

The Plaintiff Paulette Fournier (hereinafter referred to as "Fournier") is an individual residing in the City of Calgary, Alberta.

In or about 19 August 1998, Fournier received a call from Michael/Anna Gold of Aquarian of Canada stating that Fournier had won a water/air purification system and that Fournier was to send $1,300.00 to receive her prize. In or about 19 August 1998, Fournier sent $1,300.00 to Aquarian of Canada via Xpress Post.

In or about 25 August 1998, Fournier received a call from a John Miller/Bill Russel of Aquarian of Canada stating that Fournier had won a $12,000.00 Bond Certificate and that Fournier was to send $8,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 25 August 1998, Fournier sent $2,140.00 to Aquarian of Canada via Xpress Post.

Fournier has sent $3,440 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Fournier is 57 years of age.


McCREADIE

The plaintiff Hugh McCreadie (hereinafter referred to as "McCreadie") is an individual residing at Christina Lake, BC.

At various times the McCreadie was induced by the Syndicate to make payments to "International Shoppers Network:", "Silver Selection Awards", "Canadian National Digest", CND Inc.", "Impact Marketing Group", "Impact Group", "KML", "Consumer Rewards Promotion", "Kings Merchandising Line", "Triple Crown Industries," and other outfits named within, through the Syndicate’s deceit and misrepresentations, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

In or about 6 June 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Henry Walsh of Lighthouse Direct International ("L.D.I.") stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $687.99 to L.D.I. to receive his prize. In or about 6 June 1997, McCreadie sent a total $687.99 to L.D.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 10 July 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Candy Brooks of International Shoppers Network stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $824.00 to International Shoppers Network to receive his price. In or about 10 July 1997, McCreadie sent $824.00 to International Shoppers Network via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 July 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Henry Walsh of L.D.I. stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $3,210.00 to L.D.I. to receive his prize. In or about 22 July 1997, McCreadie sent $3,210.00 to L.D.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 7 August 1997, McCreadie received calls from a Brock Adams/Monica Smith/M. Henderson of Canadian National Digest stating McCreadie had won a Motor Home or $50,000.00 and that McCreadie was to send $5,000.00 receive his prize. In or about 11 August 1997, McCreadie sent two Money Orders each for $2,500.00 to Canadian National Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 August 1997, McCreadie received a call again from a B. Adams of Canadian National Digest stating that McCreadie was to send $5,000.00 to Canadian National Digest to receive his motor home. In or about 11 August 1997, McCreadie sent $5,000.00 to Canadian National Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 August 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Henry Walsh of L.D.I. stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $5,348.00 to L.D.I. to receive his prize. In or about 13 August 1997, McCreadie sent $5,348.00 to L.D.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 2 September 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Henry Brock Adams of Canadian National Digest stating that McCreadie had won the Motor Home mentioned herein and that McCreadie was to send another $2,500.00 to Canadian National Digest to receive his prize. In or about 2 September 1997, McCreadie sent $2,500 to Canadian National Digest via Priority Post Courier

In or about 2 September 1997, McCreadie received a call from a M. Henderson of Canadian National Digest stating once again that McCreadie had won a Motor Home/$50,000.00 and that McCreadie was to send $5,400.00 to Canadian National Digest to receive his prize. In or about 2 September 1997, McCreadie sent $5,400.00 to Canadian National Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 4 September 1997. McCreadie received a call from a B. Adams of Canadian National Digest stating that McCreadie had won a Motor Home/$50,000.00 cash and that McCreadie was to send $2,500.00 to Canadian National Digest to receive his prize. In or about 4 September 1997, McCreadie sent $2,500 to Canadian National

In or about 25 September 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Jim Hoffa of Triple Crown Industries stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $535.00 to Triple Crown Industries to receive his prize. In or about 01 October 1997, McCreadie sent $535.00 to Triple Crown Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 September 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Jim Hoffa of Triple Crown Industries stating McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $5,000.00 to Triple Crown Industries to receive his prize. In or about 23 September 1997, McCreadie sent $5,000.00 to Triple Crown Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 September 1997, McCreadie received a call from a M. Henderson Of Canadian National Digest stating that McCreadie was to send another $5,400.00 to receive his motor home. In or about 30 September 1997, McCreadie sent $5,400.00 to Canadian National Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 01 October 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Henry Walsh of L.D.I. stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $3,434.00 to L.D.I. to receive his prize. In or about 01 October 1997, McCreadie sent $3,434.00 to L.D.I. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 20 October 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Jack Little of Kings Merchandising Line (hereinafter referred to as "KML") stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $502.90 to KML to receive his prize. In or about 20 October 1997, McCreadie sent $502.90 to KML via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 October 1997, McCreadie received a call from Mike Riveri / Claire Thompson of Impac Group stating that McCreadie had won a huge prize and that McCreadie was to send $535.00 to Impac Group to receive his prize. In or about 27 October 1997, McCreadie sent $535.00 to Impac Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 October 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Claire Thompson of Impac Group stating McCreadie had won a huge prize and that McCreadie was to send $3,864.00 to Impac Group to receive his prize. In or about 30 October 1997, McCreadie sent $3,864.00 to Impac Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 31 October 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Benjamin Moore of Avanti International Marketing ("AIM") stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $2,400.00 to AIM to receive his prize. In or about 31 October 1997, McCreadie sent $2,400.00 to AIM via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 November 1997, McCreadie received a call from a Thomas Malloy of Kings Merchandising Line (KML) stating that McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $1,700.00 to KML to receive his prize. In or about 11 November 1997, McCreadie sent $1,700.00 to KML via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 May 1998, McCreadie received a call from a Richard Irving/Henry Young of East Coast Trading stating McCreadie had won a large, extravagant prize and that McCreadie was to send $535.00 to East Coast Trading to receive his prize. In or about May 3 1998, McCreadie sent $535.00 to East Coast Trading via Express Post Courier.


GOLDNEY

The Plaintiff Constance (Connie) Goldney (hereinafter referred to as "Goldney") is an individual residing in the City of Calgary, Alberta.

During material times, Goldney was called by the Syndicate and their agents. These callers identified themselves as belonging to these organizations; these promises of "prizes" were made by the Syndicate to Goldney:

C.G.W. Inc – Goldney won a Ford Aerostar

Triton Industries – Caller said he was a lawyer and promised to retrieve her prizes and/or monies paid

RGH Industries – Callers said they would send a minimum of $15,000 to Goldney, take 10 photographs, and to "have the champagne ready"

S.D.C. Inc – Callers said Goldney would receive a $15,000 cash prize

First Avenue Productions – Callers said Goldney would win a car and other wonderful prizes. Callers said if Goldney would send $400, Goldney would receive a voucher for such a wonderful prize that Goldney would "thank the caller." After Goldney received coupons that Goldney wanted to send back, the callers stated that Goldney would win a car valued at $29,000 if Goldney would not return the coupons for a refund. The caller said that Goldney would just have to pay the tax on the car. (Goldney sent more money.) Subsequently, Goldney received another "congratulatory" call stating that Goldney had won a Chevy, a trip, a $1,000 savings bond, and a home theater. The caller said Goldney had now won a total of 2 cars!

In or about 25 March 1996, Goldney received a call from a M. Woods of Protel Resources stating that Goldney had won a Grand prize and that Goldney was to send $560.00 to Protel Resources to receive her prize. In or about 25 March 1996, Goldney sent $560.00 to Protel Resources via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 14 June 1996, Goldney received a call from a J. O’Brien of Publishers Digest stating that Goldney had won a large prize and that Goldney was to send $599.45 to Publishers Digest to receive her prize. In or about 17 June 1996, Goldney sent $599.45 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 June 1996, Goldney received a call from a R. Taylor of Protel Resources stating that Goldney had won a large prize and that Goldney was to send $800.00 to Protel Resources to receive her prize. In or about 27 June 1996, Goldney sent $800.00 to Protel Resources via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 1 July 1996, Goldney received a call from a R. Taylor of Protel Resources once again stating that Goldney was to send another $450.00 to Protel Resources to claim her prize. In or about 1 July 1996, Goldney sent $450.00 to Protel Resources via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 19 July 1996, Goldney received a call from a R. Moynes of Logic Enterprises stating that Goldney had won a wonderful prize which could include either a car, trips, etc. and that Goldney was to send $450.00 to Logic Enterprises to receive her prize. In or about 19 July 1996, Goldney sent $450.00 to Logic Enterprises via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 29 August 1996, Goldney received another call from R. Moynes of Logic Enterprises again stating that Goldney had won the above mentioned prizes and that Goldney was to send $502.90 to Logic Enterprises to receive her prize. In or about 29 August 1996, Goldney sent $502.90 to Logic Enterprises.

In or about 15 October 1996, Goldney received a call from a Bob Stevens of GITA (Grand Island Traders Assoc.) stating that Goldney had won a large prize in the Summerscape Jubilee which may include a Dodge Neon, cash, Sony T.V., Jewelry, or vacation and that Goldney was to send $600.00 to GITA to receive her prize. In or about 15 October 1996, Goldney sent $600.00 to GITA via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 October 1996, Goldney received a call from a S. Whiteman of Publishers Digest stating that Goldney again had won a large prize and that Goldney was to send $574.00 to Publishers Digest via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 November 1996, Goldney received a call from an M. Woods of Readers Clearing Center stating that Goldney had won Portfolios and that Goldney was to send $1,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 11 November 1996, Goldney sent $1,000.00 via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 27 November 1996, Goldney received a call from a M. Woods of Readers Clearing Center stating that Goldney had won a large prize and that Goldney was to send $500.00 to Readers Clearing Center to receive her prize. In or about 27 November 1996, Goldney sent $500.00 to Readers Clearing Center via Xpress Post Courier.

In or about 20 December 1996, Goldney received a call from a B. Hansen of Readers Clearing Center again stating that Goldney had won a large prize and that Goldney was to send $750.00 to Readers Clearing Center to receive her prize. In or about 20 December 1996, Goldney sent $750.00 to Readers Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 January 1997, Goldney received a call from a Johnston Carson of GITA stating that Goldney had won one of the above prizes and that Goldney was to send $500.00 to GITA to receive her prize. In or about 6 January 1997, Goldney sent $500.00 to GITA via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 6 January 1997, Goldney received a call from a M. Woods of Readers Clearing Center stating that Goldney was to send $1,400.00 to Readers Clearing Center to receive her prize. In or about 6 January 1997, Goldney sent $1,400.00 to Readers Clearing Center via Priority Post Courier.

Goldney has sent $40,000 or more to the Syndicate at various times due to a variety of misrepresentations by the Syndicate and its agents, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate. These misrepresentations are similar to the ones already contained herein. Due to health and other reasons, Goldney is unable to recount the full particulars of the events leading to her loss at the hands of the Syndicate.

Goldney is 79 years of age.


REINEKE

The Plaintiff Hiltrud Reineke (hereinafter referred to as "Reineke") is an individual residing in the Town of St. Albert, Alberta.

Reineke has sent $14,906.24 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

In or about 16 January 1995, Reineke received a call from a Jennifer Morrison of Family Clearing Centre stating that Reineke had won a Grand Prize and that Reineke was to send $1,605.74 to Family Clearing Centre to receive her prize. In or about 16 January 1995, Reineke sent $1,605.74 to Family Clearing Centre.

In or about 18 January 1995, Reineke received a call from a company called Family Clearing Centre stating that Reineke had won a Grand Prize and that Reineke was to send $$1,605 to receive her prize. In or about 16 January 1995, Reineke sent two Money Orders, one in the amount of $999.00, the other for $606.74 to Family Clearing Centre.

In or about 18 January 1995, Reineke received another call from a company call Family Clearing Centre stating that Reineke had won a Grand Prize and that Reineke was to send another $2,140.00 to receive her prize. In or about 19 January 1995, Reineke sent three Money Orders, two for $999.00 and one for $142.00 to Family Clearing Centre.

In or about 2 June 1995, Reineke received a call from a company called Colonial Corporate Distributors stating that Reineke had won a Grand Prize and that Reineke was to send $2,662.00 to Colonial Corporate Distributors to receive her prize. In or about 2 June 1995, Reineke sent $2,662.00 to Colonial Corporate Distributors.

In or about 27 August 1997, Reineke received a call from a Bill Watts of Consumers Group stating that Reineke had won $25,o000 US and that Reineke was to send $1,500.00 to Consumers Group to receive her prize. In or about 27 August 1997, Reineke sent $1,500.00 to Consumers Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 September 1997, Reineke received a call from a Steve Reno of Consumers Group stating that Reineke had won $87,000.00 US and that Reineke was to send $2,012.00 to Consumers Group to receive her prize. In or about 8 September 1997, Reineke sent $2,012.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 September 1997, Reineke received a call from a Steve Reno of Consumers Group stating that Reineke had won $187,000.00 and that Reineke was to send $1,686.00 to Consumers Group to receive her prize. In or about 16 September 1997, Reineke sent $1,686.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 September 1997, Reineke received a call from a John Latimer of Latimer & Associates stating Latimer was appointed by Consumers Group to distribute the $187,000.00 prize and that Reineke was to send $1,800.00 to Latimer & Associates to receive her prize. In or about 25 September 1997, Reineke sent $1,800.00 to Latimer & Associates via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 October 1997, Reineke received a call from a Steve Reno of Consumers Group stating that Reineke was to send another $1,500.00 to Consumers Group to receive her prize. In or about 23 October 1997, Reineke sent $1,500.00 via Priority Post Courier.

Reineke is 61 years of age.

Reineke is under a Psychiatrist’s care suffering from a major depressive disorder and as such would interfere with her judgement. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


WRAY

The Plaintiff Florence Wray (hereinafter referred to as "Wray") was an individual residing in the City of Calgary, Alberta.

In or about 4 March 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Dist. stating Wray must send $550.00 to Can. Household Dist. to receive his prize of a GMC Suburban. In or about 4 March 1998, Wray sent $550.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 23 March 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Distributing stating Wray had won a GMC Suburban valued at $50,000.00 and that Wray was to send $3,460.00 to receive his prize. In or about 24 March 1998, Wray sent $3,460.00 to Can. Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Ron Francis of Can Water Source stating that Wray had won $70,000.00 and that Wray was to send $425.86 to receive his prize. In or about 13 April 1998, Wray sent $425.86 to Can Water Source via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Dist. stating Wray had won a GMC Suburban and that Wray was to send $2,400.00 to Can. Household Dist to receive his prize. In or about 13 April 1998, Wray sent $2,400.00 to Can. Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 14 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Donnie Willams of Can. Family Suppliers stating he had won "Art Work" and that Wray was to send $609.00 to receive his prize. In or about 14 April 1998, Wray sent $609.00 to Can. Family Suppliers via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Ron Francis stating that Wray had won $70,000.00 and that Wray was to send $1,819.00 to Can Water Source to receive his prize. In or about 16 April 1998, Wray sent $1,819.00 to Can Water Source via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Dist. stating that Wray was to send $2,457.00 to Can. Household Dist. to receive his prize of GMC Suburban. In or about 23 April 1998, Wray sent $2,457.00 to Can. Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 30 April 1998, Wray received a call from a Ron Francis stating that Wray had won $70,000.00and that Wray was to send $1,819.00 to Can Water Source to receive his prize. In or about 30 April 1998, Wray sent $1,819.00 to Can Water Source via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 May 1998, Wray received a call from a Ron Francis stating that Wray had won $70,000.00 and that Wray was to send $5,350.00 to Can Water Source to receive his prize. In or about 12 May 1998, Wray sent $5,350.00 to Can Water Source via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 May 1998, Wray received a call from Philip Dion/Samantha Mitchell from Franklin Collectibles Inc. stating that Wray had won "Art Work" and that Wray was to send $5,350.00 to Franklin Collectibles Inc. to receive his prize. In or about 14 May 1998, Wray sent $5,350.00 to Franklin Colle ctibles Inc. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 May 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Dist. stating that Wray had won a GMC Suburban and that Wray was to send to Can. Household Dist. $5,208.00 to receive his prize. In or about 19 May 1998, Wray sent $5,208.00 to Can. Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 22 May 1998, Wray received a call from a Donnie Willams of Can. Family Suppliers stating he had won "Art Work" and that Wray was to send $4,950.00 to receive his prize. In or about 22 May 1998, Wray sent $4,950.00 to Can. Family Suppliers via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 June 1998, Wray received a call from a Peter Webb/Erica Adams of Can. Household Dist. stating to collect his prize of a GMC Suburban he must send to Can. Household Dist. $5,200.00. In or about 3 June 1998,

Wray sent $5,200.00 to Can. Household Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

Wray has sent $39,597.86 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Wray was 82 years of age at the time of her death in June 1998.

 


STIRLING

The Plaintiff John Stirling (hereinafter referred to as "Stirling") is an individual residing in the City of Vancouver, BC.

In or about 12 March 1997, Stirling received a call from a Tom Goodrich/Jessica Parker of Cap Can Trading stating he had won a 1997 Altima, cash award of $7,000.00, vacation (over 5 yrs.) and that Stirling was to send $1,070.00 to Cap Can Trading to receive his prizes. In or about 12 March 1997, Stirling sent $1,070.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 21 April 1997, Stirling received a call from a Bob Taylor/Mary (secretary), stating that Stirling had won a large jack-pot prize and that Stirling was to send to Cap Can Trading $5,988.00 to receive his prize. In or about 23 April 1997, Stirling sent $2,000.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 17 June 1997, Stirling received a call from Max Carter/Amanda Clark of Cap Can Trading stating that Stirling had won a large bonus package and that Stirling was to send $3,999.99 to Cap Can Trading to receive his prize. In or about 17 June 1997, Stirling sent $1,999.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 July 1997, Stirling received a call from a Bill McBride/Peggy (secretary) of Cap Can Trading, stating that Stirling had won a large bonus package and that Stirling was to send $990.00 to Cap Can Trading to receive his prize. In or about 28 July 1997, Stirling sent $990.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 26 August 1997, Stirling received a call from a Felix Henderson of Cap Can Trading stating that Stirling had a balance on a bonus prize and that Stirling was to send $550.00 to Cap Can Trading to receive his prize. In or about 26 August 1997 Stirling sent $550.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post.

In or about 7 October 1997, Stirling received a call from a Felix Henderson/Charles Cumins stating Stirling had a final balance owing for bonus prize and that Stirling was to send $550.00 to Cap Can Trading to receive his prize. In or about 7 October 1997, Stirling sent $550.00 to Cap Can Trading via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 March 1998, Stirling received a call from a Jack Mansfield/Roger Parker/Robert Nolan of a Mr. Mark Razid stating that Stirling had won $120,000.00 and that Stirling was to send to Mark Razid $12,000.00 to receive his prize. In or about 11 March 1998, Stirling sent $12,000.00 to Mark Razid via Priority Post Courier.

Stirling has sent $18,359 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Stirling is 74 years of age.

Stirling believes that the stress from losses to the Syndicate accelerated his pre-leukemia medical condition.

At all material times, Stirling was suffering from his pre-leukemia medical condition. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.


LINDNER

The Plaintiff Hazel Lindner (hereinafter referred to as "Lindner") is an individual residing in the Town of Kelowna, BC.

In or about 19 November 1996, Lindner received a call from a Janice Stevens/M. Fletcher/D. Mitchell of Omega Group stating that Lindner had won a Diamond Bracelet/car/money that that Lindner was to send to Omega Group $813.20 to receive her prize. In or about 19 November 1996, Lindner sent $813.20 to Omega Group via Xpress Post.

In or about 2 December 1996, Lindner received a call from a Kevin Johnston of GITA stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send to GITA $2,100.00 to receive her prize. In or about 2 December 1996, Lindner sent $2,100.00 to GITA via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 8 January 1997, Lindner received a call from a Kevin Johnston of GITA stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send to GITA $2,100.00 to receive her prize. In or about 8 January 1997, Lindner sent $2,100.00 to GITA via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 21 January 1997, Lindner received a call from a Lloyd Wax of Omega Group stating that Lindner had won various prizes (as above) and that Lindner was to send $1,485.00 to Omega Group to receive her prize. In or about 21 January 1997, Lindner sent $1,485.00 to Omega Group via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 31 January 1997, Lindner received a call from G. Martakus/Gonzalos from MIC stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send $1,344.00 to MIC to receive her prize. In or about 31 January 1997, Lindner sent $1,344.00 to MIC via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 10 February 1997, Lindner received a call from a Jack Petterson of MIC stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send $1,000.00 to MIC to receive her prize. In or about 10 February 1997, Lindner sent $1,000.00 to MIC via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 17 February 1997, Lindner received a call from a Larry Smith of MIC stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send to MIC $3,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 17 February 1997, Lindner sent $3,000.00 to MIC via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 19 March 1997, Lindner received a call from a Michael Cauley of MIC stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send to MIC $2,500.00 to receive her prize. In or about 19 March 1997, Lindner sent to MIC $2,500.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 3 April 1997, Lindner received a call from a Michael Cauley of MIC stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send to MIC $2,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 3 April 1997, Lindner sent $2,000.00 to MIC via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 15 May 1997, Lindner received a call from a Murray Stevens of Lighthouse (LDI) stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send $856.00 to receive her prize. In or about 15 May 1997, Lindner sent $856.00 to Lighthouse (LDI) via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 9 June 1997, Lindner received a call from a Peter Jacobs of Delta International stating that Lindner had won a large, extravagant prize and that Lindner was to send $875.00 to Delta International to receive her prize. In or about 9 June 1997, Lindner sent $875.00 to Delta International via Priority Post Courier.

Lindner has sent $18,222.69 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Lindner is 75 years of age.

During material times, Lindner was suffering from the grief of the death of her husband. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.

Lindner believes that the stress from losses to the Syndicate raised her stress levels.

During material times, Lindner was suffering from medical ailments, including a stroke, requiring hospitalization.


POLSON

The Plaintiff Marion Joan Polson (hereinafter referred to as "Polson") is an individual residing in the City of Halifax, Nova Scotia.

On or about 01 January 1998, Polson received a call from a Evan Walsh of Consumer Catalogue stating Polson had won $1,680,000 US and for Polson to send $4,122.00 to receive her prize. On or about 01 January 1998, Polson sent $4,122.00 to Consumer Catalogue via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 28 January 1998, Polson received a call from a Evan Walsh of Consumer Catalogue stating that Polson had won $1,680,000.00 and that Polson was to send $4,122.00 to Consumer Catalogue to receive her prize. In or about 28 January 1998, Polson sent $4,122.00 to Consumer Catalogue via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 29 January 1998, Polson received a call from an Evan Walsh asking her to send an additional $2,010.00 to Consumer Catalogue to receive her original prize of $1,680,000.00 US. In or about 28 January 1998, Polson sent $2,010.00 to Consumer Catalogue via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 03 February 1998, Polson received another call from a Evan Walsh of Millenium-One stating that Polson was to send an additional $8,500.00 to Millenium-One to receive her prize of $1,680,000.00. In or about 03 February 1998, Polson sent $8,500.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 11 February 1998, Polson received a call from a Evan Walsh of Millenium-One stating that Polson was to send an additional $2,900.00 to Millenium-One to receive her prize of $1,680,000.00. In or about 11 February 1998, Polson sent $2,900.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 February 1998, Polson received a call from a Allan Cody of Consumer Catalogue stating that Polson had one a large, extravagant prize and that Polson was to send $7,032.00 to receive her prize. In or about 16 February 1998, Polson sent $7,032.00 to Consumer Catalogue via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 25 February 1998, Polson received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Millenium-One stating that Polson had won a large, extravagant prize and that Polson was to send $450.00 to receive her prize. In or about 25 February 1998, Polson sent $450.00 to Millenium-One via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 27 February 1998, Polson received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Second Glance Co-op stating that Polson must send another $355.00 to Second Glance Co-op to receive her prize of $1,680,000.00 US. In or about 27 February 1998, Polson sent $355.00 to Second Glance Co-op via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 4 March 1998, Polson received a call from a Robert Stockton of J.W. Jordan (law firm) stating that Polson had won $1,680,000.00 US and that Polson was to send $7,032.00 to J.W. Jordan to receive her prize. In or about 4 March 1998, Polson sent $7,032.00 to J.W. Jordan via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 5 March 1998, Polson received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Second Glance Co-op stating that Polson had to send an additional $500.00 to Second Glance Co-op to receive her prize. In or about 5 March 1998, Polson sent $500.00 to Second Glance Co-op via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 9 March 1998, Polson received a call from a Morris Weinstein of Second Glance Co-op stating that Polson was to send another $500.00 to receive her prize of $1,680,000.00 US. In or about 9 March 1998, Polson sent $500.00 to Second Glance Co-op via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 12 March 1998, Polson received a call from a Bill Brasky of Consumer Catalogue Dist. stating that Polson had to send another $2,000.00 to receive her prize. In or about 12 March 1998, Polson sent $2,000.00 to Consumer Catalogue Dist. via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 18 March 1998, Polson received a call from a Bill Brasky of Can. Trading Centre again stating she had to send another $642.00 to receive her prize. In or about 18 March 1998, Polson sent $642.00 to Can. Trading Centre via Priority Post Courier.

Polson has sent $36,043 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Polson is 75 years of age.

As a result of the Syndicate’s actions, Polson was unable to maintain her home and was subsequently forced to sell her home at a loss of $8,000 below the market price.


MISKEWS

The Plaintiffs Harry and Jean Miskew (hereinafter referred to as the "Miskews") are individuals residing in the City of Edmonton, Alberta.

In or about 18 August 1997, Miskew received a call from a Harvey Kerr of Canadian Business Supplies stating that Miskew had won either a vacation/cash/Nissan Altima and that Miskew was to send $7,000.00 to Canadian Business Supplies to receive her prize. In or about 19 August 1997, Miskew sent $535.00 to Canadian Business Supplies via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 16 September 1997, Miskew received a call from a John Slone of Canadian Business Supplies stating that Miskew had won a cash Jackpot and that Miskew was to send $1,000.00 to Canadian Business Supplies to receive her prize. In or about 16 September 1997, Miskew sent $1,000.00 via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 5 August 1998, Miskew received a call from a Scott Young of Viking Industries had won either a trip to Hawaii/cash/TV Dish Antenna and that Miskew was to send $6,000.00 to Viking Industries to receive her prize. In or about 6 August 1998, Miskew sent $2,140.00 to Viking Industries via Priority Post Courier.

In or about 13 September 1998, Miskew received a call from a Ted Williams of Viking Industries stating that Miskew was eligible for various prizes including a Ford Explorer, boat, cash etc. and that Miskew was to send $6,000.00 to Viking Industries to receive her prize. In or about 17 September 1998, Miskew sent $1,000.00 to Viking Industries via Priority Post Courier.

The Miskews sent $4,675 or more to the Syndicate, but never received any of the extravagant prizes that were promised by the Syndicate.

Harry Miskew is 75 years of age.

Jean Miskew is 71 years of age.

During material times, Harry Miskew was suffering from manic-depressive symptoms.

Jean Miskew believes that the undue stress from losses to the Syndicate resulted in Harry Miskew’s stroke.

During material times the Plaintiffs experienced depression, grief, and continual emotional any physical distress. As a result of these age and psychological ailments, the Plaintiffs have experienced difficulty in comprehension and decision-making. The Syndicate’s actions complained of within this Claim caused, or aggravated this Plaintiff’s grief, depression, and emotional distress.

 

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