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Consumer Alert Videojournalist, CTV News Toronto
Due to COVID-19, some appliance stores say they have been unable to keep up with demand as the disease caused some factories to close or reduce their production and more people are doing home renovations.
An Ontario driver said she's been left traumatized and fearing for her safety after her Hyundai SUV randomly slammed on the brakes on its own multiple times.
Profits of unscrupulous thieves who are running a fake taxi scam are adding up to huge amounts, say more victims who are coming forward to CTV News Toronto.
Stay-at-home orders, closed borders and lockdowns have decimated the tourism industry and Toronto, which is usually a destination for many, has been particularly hard hit.
A Toronto family says they wanted to renovate their small home so they could have more room for their growing family. They say their dream home is now a renovation nightmare.
They're not used as commonly as they once were, but a money order is something you can buy at Canada Post that is supposed to be as good as cash.
A Toronto woman is warning others about a taxi scam where perpetrators stole some $3,700 from her bank accounts as they played off her willingness to help someone in trouble.
March is Fraud Prevention month and with more people working from home and shopping online during the pandemic there has been a huge increase in many different scams.
Police say that 16 people have been arrested in connection with a ring of vehicle finance frauds in the Greater Toronto Area.
For frequent online shoppers, one frustration may be ordering a small item that comes in a box 10 times larger than it needs to be, creating more waste.