Fraud case returns to court on May 18

News May 06, 2010 Ancaster News

A former Ancaster certified financial planner now charged in a $1.8-million fraud case will make his next court appearance on May 18.

Mark Allen Dennis is charged with Obtain Credit by False Pretence and four counts of Theft by Conversion. According to court documents, Dennis is alleged to have fraudulently obtained $500,000 in credit from TD Canada Trust, on or about Sept. 29, 2004.

The four charges of theft by conversion stem from four alleged incidents from September 29, 2004, to May 11, 2006. In each case, Dennis allegedly converted funds from a female client to his own use, with intent to deprive the woman. Each count is a charge for Theft by Conversion over $5,000.

Dennis was a linebacker for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the early 1990s. He was arrested on April 21 and released on a $100,000 surety.

Dennis is not currently registered as a certified financial planner by the Financial Planning Standards Council. He did not complete the organization’s annual re-certification process to maintain his credentials as a certified financial planner.

Fraud case returns to court on May 18

News May 06, 2010 Ancaster News

A former Ancaster certified financial planner now charged in a $1.8-million fraud case will make his next court appearance on May 18.

Mark Allen Dennis is charged with Obtain Credit by False Pretence and four counts of Theft by Conversion. According to court documents, Dennis is alleged to have fraudulently obtained $500,000 in credit from TD Canada Trust, on or about Sept. 29, 2004.

The four charges of theft by conversion stem from four alleged incidents from September 29, 2004, to May 11, 2006. In each case, Dennis allegedly converted funds from a female client to his own use, with intent to deprive the woman. Each count is a charge for Theft by Conversion over $5,000.

Dennis was a linebacker for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the early 1990s. He was arrested on April 21 and released on a $100,000 surety.

Dennis is not currently registered as a certified financial planner by the Financial Planning Standards Council. He did not complete the organization’s annual re-certification process to maintain his credentials as a certified financial planner.

Fraud case returns to court on May 18

News May 06, 2010 Ancaster News

A former Ancaster certified financial planner now charged in a $1.8-million fraud case will make his next court appearance on May 18.

Mark Allen Dennis is charged with Obtain Credit by False Pretence and four counts of Theft by Conversion. According to court documents, Dennis is alleged to have fraudulently obtained $500,000 in credit from TD Canada Trust, on or about Sept. 29, 2004.

The four charges of theft by conversion stem from four alleged incidents from September 29, 2004, to May 11, 2006. In each case, Dennis allegedly converted funds from a female client to his own use, with intent to deprive the woman. Each count is a charge for Theft by Conversion over $5,000.

Dennis was a linebacker for the Hamilton Tiger-Cats in the early 1990s. He was arrested on April 21 and released on a $100,000 surety.

Dennis is not currently registered as a certified financial planner by the Financial Planning Standards Council. He did not complete the organization’s annual re-certification process to maintain his credentials as a certified financial planner.