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Are you a fraud target? This week on MoneyWise we share the top tips for keeping your finances safe, and away from fraudster-free.
Some good news for consumers: occurrences of debit fraud have dropped drastically year over year as chip cards become the norm. But forms of online fraud are still cause for concern, according to the Interac Association of Canada. Read on to learn more.
Anyone can be a fraud victim. Check out this Q&A for a first hand account of living with identity theft.
When it comes to your credit, how do you rank? If you’re like the majority of Canadians, there’s a good chance you aren’t sure – our recent poll found 70% of respondents were in the dark about their credit score.
March 12 is 2good2betrue day – a Twitter initiative to help stop financial fraud. Here are a few ways you can keep your own finances safe from scammers.
A new Interac study shows debit card fraud has declined by 73% due to new chip technology. Read on for even more ways to keep your PIN – and your bank account – safe when using your debit card.
March is fraud prevention month, and a great time to assess the safety of your finances. Check out our tips for staying extra vigilant.
Seniors are amongst the most vulnerable in society – and their finances can be hardest hit by those with less-than-noble intentions. Whether you are a retiree or trying to protect your parent from masterminded financial pitfalls, here are some warning signs to abide by.