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Learn These 5 Tips To Protect Yourself from Financial Fraud

How do you protect yourself from financial fraud? One of the most common types of financial fraud is identity theft. Someone steals your personal identifying information to access your credit card or bank accounts. It’s the type of financial fraud that can drive you to bankruptcy.

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Topics: Banking, Budgeting and money management, Covid-19, Credit and debt management, Fraud, General finance topics, Rights and responsibilities

Language(s): English

Fee: Free

Type: A website
An educational program

Format: Online

Target audience: Educators
Employees
Entrepreneurs
Indigenous peoples
Parents
Persons with disabilities
Persons with low income
Seniors
Students
The general public
The unemployed / underemployed
Women
Young adults

Knowledge level: Introductory

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Life event: Family finances

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Nova Scotia
Prince Edward Island

Allan Marshall & Associates


Contact:
Scott Marshall, Licensed Insolvency Trustee
1-888-371-8900

Volunteers accepted: No

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