Source: CTV News Saskatoon Staff, ctvnews.ca, December 16, 2020
“When the victims clicked the link in the text message, they were guided through a series of steps and prompted for their credit card information,” SPS said in a news release.
SASKATOON — Police in Saskatoon are warning of a scam that draws victims in with messages concerning non-existent, “undelivered” parcels.
Saskatoon Police Service (SPS) said it has received several reports of people receiving text messages saying they had a parcel awaiting pick-up but extra fees were required before they could collect it.
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