The Vancouver Police Department and Better Business Bureau released details of the top-10 scams recorded across the country last year.Topping the list was the so-called employment scam, costing victims more than -million annually as they followed directions from what they believed was a new employer.
Amy Chan felt an almost instant connection with this guy.
A ruse concocted by a Central Saanich woman helped police nab a man who allegedly bilked her out of almost ,000 and was wanted for fraud in four provinces.
The man, who had evaded police for years, was arrested in Calgary on May 26, thanks to the 29-year-old mother of two.
BBB advised consumers to read everything online with a “grain of salt.” 9.
Canada Revenue Agency Scam: The number one scam of 2015 is still on the 2016 list.