Ontario man sought by Interpol for alleged fraud

Toronto Sun on April 24, 2012 released the following:


WOODSTOCK — An Ontario man has been listed on Interpol as being sought by authorities.

William Charles Rath, 70, is listed as wanted on the Interpol website by U.S. police in the Western District of Kentucky/Puducah.

The website said Rath was born in Ingersoll.

Media accounts from 2005 say Rath owned a home in Uniondale at the time the charges of fraud and money laundering were laid.

Three U.S. men were also charged in the case.

Rath allegedly defrauded 200 people through the TCI investment club and was named in a $765-million US class-action lawsuit.

According to a statement of claim filed in Ontario Superior Court of Justice in London in 2005, TCI Investment Club took in at least $15 million US from investors across North America, including several hundred in southwestern Ontario.

Rath was detained in Canada on the U.S. charges and posted $100,000 bail before disappearing.

Anyone with information is asked to contact local, national police or the General Secretariat of Interpol.”


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