Ann Qian, 25, was banned from travelling with Air Canada and fined $18,683.66 (c. £11,400) for purchasing multiple fraudulent flights. Qian believed she purchased legitimate discounted flights through an Air Canada employee she was in contact with on the social media app, WeChat. However, the user ‘CaptainCooll’ purchased the flights from a stolen credit card. Qian’s fraudulent flights were only discovered on her fourth flight. Qian spent a total $9,400 (c.£ 5,750) on her flights.
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