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How would you feel if you accidentally spent $100,000? Or maybe the better question is, how do you "accidentally" spend $100,000 in the first place?

A TikTok influencer had her 8 million followers feeling worried, confused and suspicious after posting a tearful video earlier this week, in which she said she "accidentally" bought a $100,000 couch online. Many questioned the sincerity of the post, and after days of waiting they finally have their answer.

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If you're increasingly worried about scams in Canada, you're not alone.

According to a new survey, more Canadians are worried about becoming a victim of cybercrime in the coming year.

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Anyone who has ever had a phone in Canada probably knows what it's like to receive a scam call.

Maybe it's someone calling to tell you that you're wanted for some major crime, that your SIN number has been compromised, or something even more bizarre.

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Anna "Delvey" Sorokin, the fake German heiress who inspired Netflix's Inventing Anna show, says she doesn't want to be seen as a scammer anymore.

She's also getting into NFTs.

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A couple in B.C. lost almost $400,000 after they were convinced that they had won big in the lottery.

The couple was told that they had won $18.5 million in the lottery, plus a Mercedes-Benz car. As it turns out, they had not won anything and instead were scammed.

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