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Watch Out For Internet Scams!

By: News Canada

  • Any offer that sounds too good to be true.

  • Any site that asks you to send personal or financial information before showing an offer.

  • Promises of a valuable prize in return for a low-cost purchase.

  • Any offer accompanied by pressure to send money to take advantage of a special deal.

  • Any loan offer that requires you to send money as a condition of obtaining the loan.

  • Investment schemes. Don't invest without carefully checking out the investment, product, service and investigating the company.

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