In grandparent scams, the scammer will pretend to be your grandchild. Scammers may say they urgently need cash from you. Follow these tips to avoid becoming a victim of this scam.
Everyone has a role to play in identifying and preventing financial elder abuse. The following are signs to watch for, that it could be happening to an older person you know.
Famous people are often used to promote products and services or to help raise awareness for events or special causes. Increasingly, some celebrities are endorsing investments or products marketed as investments.
Investment scams are often pulled off by a team of people who set up a makeshift office, called a “boiler room”.
In a typical “pump and dump” scam, a fraudster offers you what appears to be an incredible deal on a stock, described as a once-in-a-lifetime investment. Follow these tips to avoid and report the fraud.
It’s not wise to click on a weblink to a company in an unsolicited email — even if it’s a company you know. Here are four ways to spot fake websites.
An email bomb is a distraction technique used by cyber fraudsters to bury legitimate transaction and security messages in your inbox with hundreds or even thousands of duplicate junk emails.
What to watch for if you’re considering investing in crypto assets.
If you’re getting texts from seemingly legitimate sources asking you for personal information, it could be a phishing attempt.
March 2, 2020: Tyler Fleming, Director, Investor Office joined partners at the Toronto Police Service news conference to kick off Fraud Prevention Month.