Kawartha Lakes fraudsters on the rise

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As most Lindsay Ont. residents have either already or are about to submit their taxes, Kawartha Lakes Police are noticing an increase in the number of reported attempts by fraudsters to rip you off.

In the last week alone, there have been three reported attempts by fraudsters posing as representatives of the Canada Revenue Agency, who have contacted area residents and attempted to convince them that Apple iTunes cards are a good way of paying off your taxes, which are reportedly in areers. Over the past week, Kawartha Lakes Police have also had reports of fraudulent rental properties being posted on Kijiji and one report of a person who fell victim to the computer virus fraud.

Read more at Kawartha Lakes Police

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.