Have you ever met anyone who would do anything for money? Then you already know Solicitor William Ross Gilmour of Brampton, Ontario (A suburb of Toronto). Not only is the man a government stooge Solicitor William Gilmour in Toronto is Government Informant - WhosaRat.com but at any given time he represents and hustles some fraudulent investment scheme, during which time he skillfully collects information on investors and after he gets you to invest in one of his schemes, he will tell you that one of the partners embezzled or spent the money and since he has terminal cancer, getting the police involved will only cause all the other investors to be scrutinized and audited. He advises that the only thing left to salvage from the deal is a tax write-off. About half of the investors will go along with his "sincere and friendly advice". Those that want to bring in the coppers will be handled in a much different way... Bill turns into the Good Samaritan and will say "Because of our friendship which I value quite a bit, I will reimburse you for your loss" He then makes them sign non-disclosure agreements and begins to make installment payments that will last 5-10 years, but as soon as the statute of limitations expire for the fraud, so do his payments! So overall he may pay back $30,000 of the $100,000 he stole, but in the end he still profits 70% with total protection against prosecution. His schemes range from Florida resort projects, a golf course in Korea and another in China, and a number of MLM schemes in foreign countries where he makes sure the contracts are signed with foreign jurisdictions.
He also tries to learn all your financial secrets and will try to get you to cheat on your spouse with some really hot babe or guy so if you ever make any waves for him, he will blackmail you into silence. And even if you do manage to get a cop to believe you, as soon as you try to file a police report some cop in administration will recognize that this is the very same William Gilmour that represents the Peel Police Department and guess what happens to your complaint?
One of his favorites scams is to say one of his clients was sent off to prison and he knows where his stash of $1 million in drugs is secreted, but he will need $100K to pay off his client's partner to get access. He "guarantees" a $500,000 ROI to the victim to be a silent partner and just put up the $100K. Once paid, Bill will disappear for a week or two and have a friend call the investor in an official voice claiming to be with Interpol and asking why Gilmour's phone had his/her number on it. This is designed to shake up and worry the mark that he may be connected to some drug deal. After Gilmour surfaces again, he will tell the investor he got "busted" or "jacked" for the drugs which were taken from them so they are both at least lucky to be alive, since those who stole the drugs were either really bad crooked cops or some bikers. At this point the investor just wants a total disconnect from Gilmour, and Bill pockets the $100K. He is full of creative schemes, so if you cross paths with the man keep walking. If you make the mistake of shaking his hand, count your fingers before taking another step.