Beware! CRA Scams!

Beware! CRA Scams!
It's important to be able to recognize if you've been scammed by someone impersonating the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA). Here are some signs that you may have fallen victim to a CRA scam:

⚠ Unsolicited Communication
⚠ Threatening Language
⚠ Urgent Payment Demands
⚠ Requests for Personal Information
⚠ Fake Caller ID
⚠ Emails from Unofficial Addresses
⚠ Unverified Sources
⚠ No Paper Trail
⚠ Pressure to Keep It Secret

If you suspect that you've been a victim of a CRA scam, it's important to take action:

➡ Do not send money or provide personal information.
➡ Contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) and report the scam.
➡ If you've given out personal or financial information, contact your bank or financial institution to secure your accounts.
➡ If you've fallen victim to a financial loss, report it to your local law enforcement agency.
➡ Consider credit monitoring services to safeguard your financial identity.

Being informed and vigilant is key to protecting yourself from CRA scams and other fraudulent activities. If you ever have doubts about the authenticity of any communication from the CRA, it's advisable to contact them directly through their official channels to verify its legitimacy.

I'd love the opportunity to work with you! Call me today!
Gary 'Mr. Action' Fayerman
(403) 620-2800


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