Are your finances safe from the latest scams? March marks Fraud Prevention Month in Canada – read on to learn more about protecting your hard-earned cash, plus this week’s headlines.
March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada! Read on to see the top 3 emerging scams, and how to protect yourself.
Are you a fraud target? This week on MoneyWise we share the top tips for keeping your finances safe, and away from fraudster-free.
Did you know – March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada? Awareness is the first step in avoiding falling victim to fraud. Here, Barry Choi of Moneywehave.com shares 6 credit card scams to keep an eye out for.
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.
Sharing isn’t always caring! A new VISA study finds that Generation Y’s are at increased risk for identity theft due to the oversharing of their vital financial information with their friends – including their credit card and debit pin numbers.