Anti Fraud Center

If scammers had you pay via Western Union, you can now file a claim to get money back.

Hostage Scams

Hostage-taking or proprietary information scams are on the rise

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Bank Investigator Scam

Watch out for early morning calls about suspicious credit card charges

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Cryptocurrency

Mass Marketing Cryptocurrency frauds are on the rise – Know the risk if using cryptocurrencies

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Identity theft and fraud

Be aware of identity theft and fraud. Know the warning signs to look for.

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How do I report spam?

The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre advises consumers not to open unsolicited emails or when the sender is unknown.

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Western Union money transfers

The Federal Trade Commission is alerting consumers who lost money to scammers who told them to pay via Western Union’s money transfer system between

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What Our Clients Say

You’ve won a big prize in a contest that you don’t recall entering. You’re offered a once-in-a-lifetime investment that offers a huge return. You’re told that you can buy into a lottery ticket pool that cannot lose.

Anna Johnson

“You’re a winner!” but you must agree to send money to the caller in order to pay for delivery, processing, taxes, duties or some other fee in order to receive your prize. Sometimes the caller will even send a courier to pick up your money.

Eric Black

The caller asks for all your confidential banking and/or credit card information. Honest businesses do not require these details unless you are using that specific method of payment.

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