Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA): Don’t get scammed

Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA): Don’t get scammed

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Transcript: “Electronic Travel Authorization (eTA): Don’t get scammed”

Video length: 0:17

An animated brown briefcase appears against a white background.

Text displays: “eTA - Electronic Travel Authorization”.

Narrator: When applying for your eTA, don’t get scammed!

An animated stamp replaces the briefcase and stamps red text on the white background.

Text displays: “Don’t get scammed”.

Narrator: All you need is: Seven dollars, your passport, an email address, and this official website: Canada.ca/eTA

A credit card appears with the text, “$7 CAN”.

A plus sign (+) and a passport appear beside the credit card and text.

A plus sign (+) and an animated envelope with an “at” (@) sign appear beside the credit card and passport.

A screenshot of the Canada.ca website is shown.

Text displays: “Canada.ca/eTA”.

Narrator: A message from the Government of Canada

The Canada wordmark is shown. Fade to black.


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