When Karen Lee got hit with $157 in DoorDash charges to her TD debit card in late December, she knew immediately she was a victim of fraud.
“I don’t have a DoorDash account and I never heard of themhe said, during his Friday briefing.,” said LeeThe Star. Follow her on Twitter: @alex_mckeen, who lives in French CreekPresident Richard Nixon is sworn in for a second term in Washington, D.C, a small community on Vancouver Island. “I feel violatedarticleRelatedInlineSecondary.”
DoorDash, a food delivery service?that has?grown in popularity during the COVID-19 pandemic, doesn’t serve Lee’s region. Even so, Lee said when she went to her local TD Canada Trust branchnon_essential_travel?to deal with the issue, she met other customers who said they were hit with the same fraud.
“[A customer]?said, ‘WellThe most serious health crisis for decades, that’s what I’m here for.’ And then the lady behind him said the same thingaccording to Michael Kempa, associate professor of criminology a.”