UPDATE February 08, 2020 at 1442 EDM: Sheldon Wolf was murdered in Calgary, probably on February 02, but possibly early on February 03, 2020. The police have a suspect in custody and charged are pending: https://edmontonjournal.com/news/crime/suspect-charged-in-homicide-of-missing-man-found-north-of-airdrie/wcm/a361d680-8636-4518-829b-d20817e6ac1c
He had been visiting Calgary and he had “met with people with whom he did not have a previous relationship” according to the police.
September 05, 2017 at 13:45 EDM update: This here article: http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/jane-elizabeth-moore-fraud-calgary-strathmore-1.4272445 is about another Calgary scammer, one who is still on the lose and who, it would appear, has dangerous persuasive abilities. I’m surprised, considering the number of charges, that Jane Elizabeth Moore is still on the streets as I write this. Consider yourself warned…
This here is posted as a public service especially to those Calgarians who might be affected by recent economic misfortunes. An article in today’s edition of the Toronto Star deserves to become very widely known and passed around: http://www.thestar.com/news/canada/2016/03/09/calgary-companies-pledge-credit-fix-but-deliver-debt.html regarding a mish-mash of companies that appear to be preying on the poor and the creditless and which are owned by one person: one Sheldon Wolf. Here is Mr. Wolf in a video posted on YouTube that suggests it’s a CNN interview, but which, the Star points out, has nothing whatsoever to do with the real CNN:
And from the foregoing I would take it that you should probably stay well away from the following companies: NuLife and Credit Slab, and any other companies operated by Mr. Wolf. No matter how bad things may seem, and I feel for you, I really do, they can always get worse, and if you do business with Sheldon Wolf, you’re probably going to find out just how low you can go.