ONTARIO, CANADA - A Barrie man has been arrested for allegedly duping someone out of more than a thousand dollars in a fake gold scam.

Darren Ceccanese from Orillia purchased the advertised one ounce gold bar from a seller on a Facebook page for $1,200. The phony bar was actually worth about 25 cents.

The bar appeared to be wrapped and certified by the Royal Canadian Mint.

Read more in the Kaplan Herald.

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