Ayaz Dhanani, shown here in the Facebook image, was sentenced to imprisonment for financial fraud following investigations with B.C. Vancouver Commission and Vancouver Police Commission.
A financial crisis of 13 months was awarded to Vancouver's financial problem convicted of selling bank investments to a number of people today, according to B.C. The Security Commission.
Ayaz Dhanani has been convicted of 38 years in a regional court for three years in 2018 for financial fraud against five victims. The British Columbia is a rare prison time for financial fraud.
Dhanani was also ordered to give a sample of his DNA.
He sentenced guilty to October more than $ 5,000 and to three B.C. The Criminal Justice Act.
In August, Dhanani was guilty of four accounts of a serious amount of $ 5,000 and crimes under the material activity, including his / her. opposed B.C. Commission Order Contracts against a transaction, a prospect of failure (formal document that provides information on investment) and fraudulent investors.
Dahnani – also known as a number of alias, including Azim Virani and Samuel Ramos – a 23-month sentence for August crimes.
The court has also ordered Dhanani to pay $ 194,568.
The conviction continues to investigate with the BCSC crime search engine and the Vancouver Police Department. As a result of VPD research, it also proved a foul over $ 5,000 for Dacheng Wan, who received a two-year contract sentence and ordered $ 65,570 to be repaid. Wan was involved in Dahnani in bare estate activity.
"Dhanani said about the lack of knowledge of investors," said Peter Brady, BCSC executive director, in a written statement. "He made promises about businesses or opportunities that were not just."
Previously, the BCSC disciplined Dhanani for fraud under the material activity and asked to pay $ 225,000 and pay $ 188,800 in illegally built property.
In 2016, the BCSC penalty was found that Dhanani was issuing three investors when he made money in the "scheme" including sales of opinion in gold mining and oil companies. Dhanani was again introduced to potential suppliers who could expect investment opportunities with resource companies, found the commission, but in fact there were no companies and stockings.
In 2017, Dhanani returned to the CCBC $ 120,000 which was converted to victims.
A study in 2017 in Postmedia found that many of the police and criminal prosecutions on a British Columbia inventory did not last in a decade.
The investigation also found that the issues that the BCSC inspection team minimize the amount of fruit that are; including fewer victims and amounts of money than the commission has continued at tribunals and as a result of unpaid penalties.
Dhanani has been convicted of previous crime for theft and fraud over $ 5,000 returning to crimes in 2010 and 2011.
And it is expected that it will be examined next year on crime costs later after a VPD inspection. In January he will have fees for theft, illegal reduction, identity theft and the use of unauthorized credit cards. In May, Dhanani is a contravention of taxes.