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March 1 - March 31
Fraud Prevention Month is an annual campaign that seeks to help you recognize, reject and report fraud.
The Newcomer’s Guide to Avoiding Scams and Fraud
Use this visual to share and raise awareness about the Newcomer’s Guide to Avoiding Scams and Fraud!
The Newcomer’s guide to preventing Scams and Fraud
This guide outlines some of the most common scams that target newcomers to Canada; how to spot them, how to prevent them and what to do if they happen. NonProfit…View Resource
RCMP: Anti-Fraud Month
March is anti-fraud month! The Royal Canadian Mounted Police has shared tips on how to recognize fraud and scams.
Government of Canada: Fraud and Scams
The Government of Canada has provided a range information on fraud and scams. Learn about ongoing scams, how to avoid them and how you can get involved with Fraud Prevention…View Resource
CAFC: Fraud Prevention Month
For Fraud Prevention Month, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre has published important and helpful information about various scams and how to spot them.
Common Online Scams Part 4
Get informed on the latest online scams with KnowledgeFlow’s Common Online Scams Part 4. Learn about the dangers and how to protect yourself.
Common Online Scams Part 1
With the internet now right in our pockets, the opportunities for online scams are endless. Make sure not to fall for these common scams
Investment Scams: How to Spot it and Stop It
This tip sheet explains how to protect yourself from an investment scam. Be on the lookout for investments said to be risk-free or low risk and high return. Always research…View Resource
What to do After Identity Theft
If you have been the victim of identity theft or suspect that your information may have been compromised you need to secure your accounts and information immediately. This tip sheet…View Resource
This tip sheet explains the signs of a romance scam. Be on the lookout when a new relationship seems too perfect!