No charges have been laid in Newfoundland and Labrador, either.
In a voicemail message to CBC News on Wednesday, Cameron denied all allegations of impropriety.
He also identified Cameron as the seller when CBC News showed him a photo of his wanted poster from the Crime Stoppers website in Kelowna.
"I felt guilt because I thought I supported something bad," Basu said. Mac Innis provided CBC News with the serial number on the warranty for the camera she reported stolen.
In Oshawa, he stole a vehicle from a woman and damaged her house, and defrauded another woman out of a vehicle.
He was convicted and sentenced to four months in jail.
When told court documents from across Canada suggested otherwise, he declined to answer and changed the subject. John's women who said they went on dates with Cameron through Plenty of Fish. While making Cameron's name known is her goal, Mac Innis worries what he will do when he is under pressure.
He says he has never been convicted of a crime and stressed that he plans to sue CBC News for "slander, defamation of character, and anything else my lawyer can bring against you." He declined to identify his lawyer.
When asked about the outstanding warrants in five towns and cities, he denied all wrongdoing and said the charges were nothing but false allegations. John's, Cameron steered the conversation back to her finances.
Cameron then denied ever being convicted of a crime. It is unclear if he is still in the city or if he has moved elsewhere.
Donald John Cameron, who has allegedly also used the alias Donald Joseph Cameron, moved to St. But early last month, the dream came to an abrupt end.
John's after an Ontario woman alleged he stole more than ,000 in cash and belongings. Mac Innis says her perfect boyfriend disappeared, along with more than ,000 in cash and jewelry from her home in Sudbury, Ont.