The game has been decided and we're burning down the clock...
In recent news, after his first arrest for 23 counts of fraud on May 30, 2019, Murray's trial date is finally getting underway. March 8, 2021 marks 646 days of frustration from his victims, and the court with excuses and delays.
It's finally go time.
Just because you have a contract, doesn't mean this contractor can take your money and run.
An admission of guilt, straight from the mouth the owner of the company. " He also admitted that he may have back-dated contracts, but for good reason. " You can't do that for any reason!
Police respond to calls for action. MPP Frances Gelinas looks out for her constituents.
In just one of many small claims actions taken by victims police dismiss as civil cases judge says what everyone is thinking.
Police finally taking the issue seriously. Complaints go back for years.
An unlikely victim, SNAP Financial undertaking its own investigation
Police file another in a series of fraud charges.
Owner admits to conspiring with his wife claiming intentions to finish jobs. At least one victim of both companies waited 3 months before going to police.
After proclaiming to have a successful $1 million per year business, and 45 fraud charges amounting to over $170,00 not to mention small claims court judements exceeding $30,000, owner wants the entire province to pay for his defense.
Having obtained a legal aid certificate, the courts are expecting Murray to use 3 weeks to find legal counsel by Dec. 11, 2018
Having legal aid certificate in hand, owner David Murray doesn't meet deadlines just like his commitments to victims. No excuses.
David Murray, owner of Ecolife Home Improvemnts Inc. continues to force the courts to bend to him.
Best known as the lawyer representing the owner of the collapsed mall in Elliot Lake. The owner described as “crafty” and intransigent Bob Nazarian, lied about repair work, and resorted to “subterfuge and falsehood to mislead authorities, tenants and the public,”
Previously charged in 2014 and convicted in 2016, Ontario Consumer Protection Act lays 29 charges in November 2019.
Apparently the fines were not high enough of a be an effective deterant .