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• Mar 10, 2019

For Fraud Prevention Month the TD Newsroom is sharing tips and information to help identify the most common fraud scams affecting Canadians. Follow along to help you recognize and report financial fraud.


Fraud and scams come in many different forms. Whether it's a romance scam or the so-called Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) scam, there are fraudsters out there looking to take advantage of Canadians and defraud them of their money.

In the above video, Rina DeGrazia, TD's Vice President, Financial Education talks about several different kinds of scams to watch out for and provides tips on how you can protect yourself and your loved ones from financial fraud.

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