Fugitive facing charges in a CRA scam relinquishes $200K to the BC Civil Forfeiture Office

Money Laundering Unit, Federal Serious and Organized Crime

2023-06-28 10:00 PDT

File # 2019-6709

Haoran Xue, who is facing fraud related charges after a multijurisdictional BC RCMP investigation, has agreed to relinquish $200,000 in a settlement with the BC Civil Forfeiture Office (BC CFO) in BC Supreme Court. The May 1, 2023 judgment shows that the settlement money comes from the proceeds of the sale of a property owned by Haoran Xue and Zenggang Xue in the city of Burnaby.

Haoran Xue had been charged on June 22, 2021 in relation to a CRA fraud scam, at the Vancouver Provincial Court. Haoran Xue has since left Canada and a warrant for his arrest is still outstanding.

The relinquished $200,000 represents nearly the full traceable amount from the fraud linked to that property. The BC CFO intends to use the funds to launch a victim compensation program.

Once again, the BC RCMP and our partners such as the BC CFO, Canada Revenue Agency, Canada Border Services Agency, Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada, as well as other law enforcement agencies continue to work together to dismantle organized crime groups and seek justice for Canadians who have been victimized.

Released by

Sgt. Daniel Michaud
Media Relations Officer
Federal Serious and Organized Crime (FSOC)
Office: 778-290-4657
Fax: 778-290-6092

Email: daniel.michaud@rcmp-grc.gc.ca

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