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Signing cheques without proper power of attorney. Using the life savings of a senior to buy a car, furniture, travel and dine out. Leaving that senior penniless and destitute.
Sound familiar? This time it's not Earl Jones doing the defrauding, it was a 44-yearold caregiver in Essex, Ont., southeast of Windsor.
But like the Jones case, the victim and her family are going after the Royal Bank of Canada for alleged negligence and breach of fiduciary duty.