Fraud Prevention Handbook - Fraud Prevention and Safety for Individuals
Fraud Prevention and Safety for Individuals is a resource designed to help people be safe in their homes and communities. It has been created through the collaboration of:
- Saskatchewan Seniors Mechanism
- Better Business Bureau of Saskatchewan
- Government of Saskatchewan Financial and Consumer Affairs Authority
- Regina Crime Stoppers
- Saskatchewan Crime Stoppers
- Regina City Police
- Royal Canadian Mounted Police
- and the Saskatchewan Safety Council.
Raising awareness of frauds and scams is the main focus of this resource, but it also includes other safety information we hope you will find useful.
The handbook includes information on the following topics:
- Red Flags and Key Words
- Cyber Security Risks
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