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I am sorry for interrupting you, but my time is limited and I only have one round.
The suspicious activities or problematic transactions that we may be able to see on our credit card statements can be associated with all kinds of things. It may be someone who has stolen our mail and obtained our address. That is information that is probably easier to obtain. You rightly mentioned that, in terms of the situation we are discussing today, the person has complementary information. In principle, with all the information that has been stolen, that person could easily call Revenue Canada and obtain a new password. If you have someone’s entire file, you have all the information you need.
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