$300 Million a Year: Title Fraud in Ontario | Martin McDermott
Not everything that is happening in our country today can be traced to the globalist agenda. Some of it is just plain old greed and corruption.
In the provinces of Ontario and Manitoba, there is a structure in place that enables title fraud, allowing criminals to steal properties from their rightful owners. In Ontario alone this equals 300 million annually in stolen property through title fraud. Titles which the rightful owners have very little chance of ever getting back.
In 2008, Martin McDermott, an expert in databases and electronics became aware of the land title racket when his own mother’s property was stolen. Since then Martin has been deeply researching Teranet, the privately owned land title corporation which handles all land transfers in Ontario and Manitoba. He has also been assisting the victims of title fraud and working to raise awareness of the issue. But of course, mainstream media has little interest in carrying the story.
The lawyer who stole Mr. McDermott’s mother’s property is now under suspension, but even that may not result in justice, as under the rules of the law society, all of his records are now in their possession. And they won’t share them.
Martin joins me today with the full story on Teranet, and more importantly, how you can protect yourself from having your land title stolen.
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