PC points scam: What you can do about it - MoneySense

Watch out for this PC points scam

Here’s what you can do if you’re affected


Updated Feb. 8, 2017 with a statement from a Loblaw spokesperson via The Canadian Press—

Are you a Loblaws PC points member? You might want to double-check your point balance, according to reports from CityNews. Apparently, several people were scammed out of hundreds of points after passwords used for their accounts were compromised. Loblaw is warning PC Plus rewards collectors to beef up their passwords.”We are treating this as a breach as individual member accounts were accessed and points were stolen,” said Kevin Groh, the company’s vice-president of corporate affairs and communication, in a statement. Watch the full story here and find out your best course of action if you’ve been affected.