Morning North | Jan 31, 2013 | 6:30

Cyber scams in Sudbury

We have another example of a cyber scam that hit a Sudbury woman who listed an item on Kijiji. We also spoke to the a member of Sudbury's cyber crime unit about the type of scams they're seeing in the nickel city right now.

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