Small business owners defrauded, then left by banks to take $23K loss

Small business owners defrauded, then left by banks to take $23K loss
The owners of a B.C. mom-and-pop shop say they were hung out to dry twice — by a fraudster who took more than $23,000 worth of goods, and by the banks which left them to take the loss. Experts say banks and credit card companies don’t have to take any responsibility for credit card fraud because the government allows them to make their own rules.
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