Police warn Winnipeggers about traffic ticket email scam

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The Winnipeg Police Service is warning the public to be wary of emails accusing recipients of negligent driving and demanding payment. Police say the emails have been sent to people across Winnipeg. The letters claim the recipient faces a fine for a phony infraction and demands payment. The scam emails are not associated with the Winnipeg Police Service. Police warn people to be cautious if this type of email arrives in their inbox. 

Read more about the traffic ticket email scam at CBC News.

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.