Is Your Story Worth $1,000.00?
Our team at Five Points Media is producing an exposé documentary about fraud through usury, or loan sharking, that is being used against seniors and veterans in Simcoe County. For the back story watch https://www.fivepointsmedia.ca/south-simcoe-police-service-now-omitting-and-falsifying-evidence-to-protect-loan-sharks.html
This indictable offence, which is punishable by a prison sentence of up to five years, was committed against a senior and veteran by the mortgage brokers at Verico the Mortgage Station. We are also exposing why the detectives and top brass at the South Simcoe Police Service are transparently protecting these wealthy and influential brokers who claim sales of five to six million dollars a year. Details can be found at https://www.fivepointsmedia.ca/south-simcoe-police-service-cook-the-books-to-help-rich-crooks.html
That exposé is now expanding to become a deep dive into mortgage fraud in Canada, which is committed mostly against vulnerable seniors, and we are offering to pay you $1,000.00 if you have a story that enlightens our narrative that we use in our final documentary. We are also holding a draw each month for a $100.00 gift card from Walmart. To be eligible to win, please share our stories and like our page. One winner will be selected per month, based on their shares.
Before submitting your story, please take a minute to view the videos and articles found at www.fivepointsmedia.ca/loansharks Please also share this offer so that your family and friends might also benefit. You often don’t know who has endured similar experiences dealing with corrupt brokers, like those at Verico the Mortgage Station, or suffered abuse of power or corruption by police. You might help them to gain some closure while earning a thousand dollars or more.
Five Points Media is a social enterprise media company that has served Barrie, Innisfil, and Oro-Medonte for more than seven years. During that time, we have paid it forward to the tune of $700,000.00 in services through the donation of more than 330 promotional and fundraising videos given free of charge to more than 180 charities, not-for-profits, and benevolent community groups. Our dedication to those in need led to us being voted as finalists for the 2020 “Paying It Forward” award for altruism that was presented by the City of Barrie and the Barrie Chamber of Commerce.
We are looking for leads and evidence to support this project, and we are willing to pay $1,000.00 for the best factual stories about either Verico the Mortgage Station or the South Simcoe Police Service. We are also interested in factual reports from those who have dealt with the HomeEquity Bank, the CHIP Reverse Mortgages, or the Verico Financial Group.
All claims must be supported by tangible evidence, such as a contract, emails, or proof of payments made, and we must be able to fact-check every allegation. If your claims prove valid, and if we use your story in our finished program, we will pay you one thousand dollars for your assistance. If your story is selected, and if you are willing, extra payment may be offered to you for an on-camera interview, that if requested can be recorded in a way that conceals the subject’s identity.
Our focus is intended to protect our elder population in Simcoe County, and potentially across the country, as these brokers work extensively with often vulnerable seniors as they specialize in the arrangement of CHIP Reverse Mortgages offered by the HomeEquity Bank.
Our more current articles and videos are up to two months old, with some articles going back more than a year. Regardless of our allegations of criminal abuses, no action has been taken to silence our right to tell this story. If our allegations were not true, and if we could not fully support our claims with evidence, we would have been ordered by the Superior Court of Justice to cease and desist reporting on the story. Instead of challenging our evidence, all parties involved in this story have hidden from our cameras and the evidence. The only action taken was by HomeEquity Bank, who tried unsuccessfully to censor our story on social media through legally unsupportable claims.
You can help us to protect vulnerable seniors in Simcoe County from potential fraud by selling your story for one thousand dollars, and by potentially winning a $100.00 shopping spree at Walmart by liking our page and sharing our stories.
For more details, please visit www.fivepointsmedia.ca/loansharks