New bulletin from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre.
Bulletin from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre on service scams, where fraudsters will often claim that they are one of your existing service providers or claim to offer services at a much lower cost in an attempt to steal personal information.
Attached please find fraud resources from CUMIS including a best practices checklist for Online Banking fraud.
New bulletin from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre on spear phishing fraud.
New fraud awareness month resources from CUMIS, including social media graphics and website banners.
New bulletin from the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre on Investment Scams.
The Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, and the Competition Bureau are once again joining forces this March to lead the 19th edition of Fraud Prevention Month. Under the theme “Tricks of the trade: What’s in a fraudster’s toolbox?”, this year’s campaign will expose fraudsters’ tricks, tools and tactics, to help Canadians equip their own toolbox to protect themselves.
In 2022, the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) received 90,377 fraud reports involving over $530 million in reported losses. It is estimated that 5% – 10% of victims file a fraud report with the CAFC.
From CUMIS and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, find several Romance Scam resources below to share with members. Resources include a CAFC Bulletin and two images from CUMIS for use on digital properties or social media.
For additional or custom resources, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.