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18-Aug-2017 07:37

The bureau fields hundreds of complaints about these services every year.

Many stories involve scammers who trick vulnerable people into sending money.

Action: Call 1-800-4-SCOTIA (1-800-472-6842), press 3 then 1, immediately if you are a Scotiabank customer and you believe that you have been a victim of online fraud.

If you did not provide any information but just encountered a fraudulent email or website that claims to be from Scotiabank.

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With Valentine's Day coming up, the Better Business Bureau is warning people about the pitfalls of online dating services.

For example, scammers may refuse to meet or appear on a webcam.Services like e Harmony and promise to find you the best potential matches based on complex and tightly guarded algorithms.Take the 2012 article Online Dating: A Critical Analysis From the Perspective of Psychological Science."If they only will engage in text messaging or emailing, or maybe just send you a picture and they claim that's who they are, well that can be a bit of a red flag," he said.

The Better Business Bureau also receives complaints about the cost of these sites and unfulfilled promises of finding a date in a particular area.

If you encounter a suspicious email, website, or unsolicited pop-up window that claims affiliation with Scotiabank, please report it to us immediately.

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