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Marketplace has found that sometimes credit cards shilled by Ellen Degeneres and others are too good to be true.

MARKETPLACE: Too good to be true

Marketplace has received hundreds of emails from viewers who've been stung by surprise credit card charges after signing up for what they thought were "risk-free" product trials endorsed by respected celebrities like Ellen Degeneres, Celine Dion and the stars of CBC's Dragons' Den. While thinking they signed up for a free trial offer, thousands of

Two gunmen are seen firing through glass at Anthony Soares on Sept. 14, 2017.

Video: Gunmen target Drake pal

Anthony Soares was inside the front doors of a Scarborough highrise waiting to be buzzed in — with nowhere to run — when two gunmen suddenly ambushed him.

James Lawson.

Cda's richest woman & CFL chair settle

Legal proceedings between Canada’s richest woman Sherry Brydson and James Lawson, chair of the Canadian Football League and head of Woodbine Entertainment, ended Monday with a sincere apology.

Al McFarlane (SUPPLIED PHOTO)

Healing with the Invictus Games

In one of Al McFarlane’s ghastly recurring nightmares, a thirsty little girl is walking down a dirt road. She’s holding a plastic pop bottle cut in half and is using it as a glass to drink water from the stagnant puddles.

Patrick Pearsall, 50, faces 35 charges in a sexual assault investigation. (Toronto Police Handout)

Crown moves to lock up predator indefinitely

Transgender sexual predator Patrick “Tara” Pearsall was ordered to undergo a psychiatric assessment — the first step in the prosecution’s bid to have him declared a dangerous offender and locked up indefinitely.