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  • Learn how to recognize a scam and what to do if you respond to a scam. Presented by the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
    There are a lot of scams happening via telephone calls. People should be cautious if they receive any communication that claims to be from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and requests personal information such as a social insurance number (SIN), credit card number, bank account number, or passport number. Usually scammers, who may insist that personal information is needed so that people can receive a refund or a benefit payment. The fraudulent communication could also involve threatening or coercive language to scare people into paying a false debt to the CRA. A scam awareness presentation from CRA will help you to be more cautious and understand the legitimate calls.



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