Last year’s top scams, like online romance schemes, wire fraud and the emergence of cryptocurrency, led to $95-million lost and continue to be an issue due to…
According to a TD survey, 1/4 of Canadian millennials are not using the screen-lock password feature on their phone. As technology evolves, so do the techniques thieves use to trick us out of our money. And despite our basic knowledge on prevention…
March is Fraud Prevention Month, and the Competition Bureau recently partnered with the Better Business Bureau and other fraud-prevention partners to compile a list of the top 10 financial scams in Canada during 2016. The list is based…
Online retailers are getting ready for one of the biggest days of the year – Cyber Monday – just two weeks from today. Here are some ways to shop safely and avoid scams.
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.
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.
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.
More Canadians are turning to the Internet for holiday shopping than ever before – and online fraudsters are upping their game to take advantage of unwitting shoppers. Protect your financial information with our top tips for avoiding online fraud.