Kamloops senior loses $8,000 to the Canada Revenue Scam

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A Kamloops senior felt the sting, losing $8,000 to a familiar fraud that’s become known as the Canada Revenue Scam. The scammer phoned the senior, 80, and told him there were errors on his 2015 tax return. If he didn’t purchase $4,000 worth of gift cards, two officers would come to his residence and arrest him.

Read the full article at Kamloops News.

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