The ways in which criminals try to fraudulently get your information continues to grow, requiring us all to be extra vigilant. Frauds and scams can come in many forms: from a phone call to an email that appears to come from your financial institution. Older adults – who may have significant savings later in life – are frequently the target of these activities. In addition to financial losses, victims may experience emotional and health consequences such as depression or anxiety.
A representative from the Canada Revenue Agency, will answer questions and share information on how to recognize a scam and examples of fraudulent communications, how to protect yourself from falling victim, and what to do should you come in contact with this crime.
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