As part of Fraud Prevention Month, the Nova Scotia RCMP will host an ‘Ask a Mountie’ Twitter Session tomorrow, Friday, March 28th from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
Concerned about putting yourself at risk for identity theft? Could you be duped by the increasingly sophisticated email and internet scams that are being used? Learn how to avoid being scammed. During Thursday’s Twitter Chat, followers will have an opportunity to ask identity fraud and internet safety related questions. Moderating the chat will be Sgt. Brigdit Leger of the financial crime team and Cpl. Christian Hochhold with the tech crime unit.
People following hashtag #NSMountieTalk or @RCMPNS on Twitter will be able to ask questions and interact directly with Sgt. Leger and Cpl. Hochhold.
‘Ask a Mountie’ is a Twitter exclusive. Those not yet on Twitter are invited to visit: www.twitter.com and sign up. It only takes a few seconds and it is free. Once signed up, be sure to follow the Nova Scotia RCMP’s Twitter handle: @RCMPNS.
You can join the chat by logging onto Twitter and searching the hashtag #nsmountietalk.