Good cybercitizenship begins with taking measures to ensure our online safety. Click on the resources below to learn more about online safety and the different steps you can take to protect yourself and others. For more information or to access support, please contact us!
Recognizing the enormity of the challenges our society faces in today's digital age, the MNO's Gaming & Gambling Awareness Program is dedicated to making a lasting impact through our campaigns and programs.
Spear phishing is a type of scam that involves scammers pretending to be from legitimate sources to convince individuals or businesses to send them money. It typically involves leveraging existing relationships, using known email addresses, and including language that is commonly used by the individual they are portraying.
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Emergency and Grandparent Scams are scams that prey on your fear of a loved one being hurt or in trouble. The fraudsters will claim to be someone you know and will tell you they require money immediately. They will commonly request money or gift cards by email, phone or text message.
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To learn more about the top 10 fraud reports received by the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre in 2022, including information on reported losses and victims, please click the title above
Romance scams are ones where a fraudster convinces you to enter into an online relationship to gain your trust and affection. Typically, the scammer may ask you for money for an emergency, business ventures, to receive money on their behalf, to invest in cryptocurrency, or to provide them financial assistance.
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To learn more about the safeguards that exist to protect yourself against fraud, please click the title above
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