Montreal woman’s mail sent to suspected fraudster

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A Montreal woman fell victim to mail fraud when someone requested her mail be forwarded to a new address, one at which she didn’t live.

Canada Post wouldn’t tell her where the mail was going, but apologized and advised her to report the fraud to police and obtain a credit report to see if there has been any unauthorized activity.

Ten days later, she received a letter from the Bank of Montreal thanking her for her application for a new MasterCard. She hadn’t applied for one, and cancelled the application immediately.

Read more at CBC News

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.