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March is Fraud Prevention Month

Make March the month to become fraud savvy

March is National Fraud Prevention Month and Halifax Regional Police wants you to become fraud savvy.

From emails claiming your bank account has been compromised to phone calls advising you’ve won a free cruise, fraudsters will use any opportunity to get their hands on your identity and/or your money. To help safeguard you, throughout the month we’ll be sharing information, tips and resources on identity theft, internet-related fraud, payment card fraud and other common scams.

Follow the campaign on our website at halifax.ca/police/FraudPreventionMonth.php and on social media:

  • Facebook: Halifax Regional Police
  • Twitter: @HfxRegPolice

Source: Media Release


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