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Learn to avoid fraud – and win great prizes

Wait… that sounds a little fishy, doesn’t it.

We promise, this one is legit. March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada. To spread fraud awareness and knowledge across Atlantic Canada, we have partnered with the Better Business Bureau of the Maritimes, the New Brunswick Securities Commission and the Bank of Canada (Atlantic Region) to host an online fraud prevention trivia contest.

From March 2 to March 29 we’re giving away great prizes including gift cards for local restaurants, Chapters and iTunes, and commemorative editions of Canadian currency! Each Monday and Wednesday during the contest period we will post a trivia question. Find the right answer, and you could win that day’s sponsored prize. Learn about fraud, and win great prizes. It’s a win-win situation.

Learn how to play (link to simple rules)
Official contest rules

Wednesday, March 2, 2011
Today’s Trivia question is brought to you by us, the Nova Scotia Securities Commission.

Answer the question below for your chance to win a $50 Chapters gift card. Draw takes place Friday, March 4, 2011.

What are 3 of the red flags of fraud?

Not sure? You might find your answer on our Fraud page.

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