Loblaw warns PC Plus points theft

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An Ottawa man is allegedly one of the fraudsters behind a much larger scam that involves stealing shoppers PC Plus points used to redeem money off their grocery bill.

Ottawa police arrested and charged the 21-year-old with theft under $5,000 after security at the Loblaws store on Isabella street caught him trying to buy hundreds of dollars worth of gift cards using a PC Plus points number that wasn’t his.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.