Fraud Prevention Forum
The Fraud Prevention Forum is a concerned group of private sector firms, consumer and volunteer groups, government agencies and law enforcement organizations , who are concerned with fighting fraud aimed at consumers and businesses.
If you want to report a fraud, or if you need more information, contact The Canadian Anti- Fraud Centre.
The Competition Bureau chairs the Fraud Prevention Forum, which has developed new tools and information that will empower Canadians to recognize, report and stop fraud such as deceptive telemarketing, lottery, prize scams and identity crime.
Since 2004, the Forum has been organizing Fraud Prevention Month, a month-long education campaign in March to address the issue of fraud and ensure confidence in the marketplace. Interest in the campaign has resulted in a considerable increase in membership, from 22 in 2004 to over 100 today.
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