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If you receive a friend request from an account that is pretending to be someone else, please do not accept the request.

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Fraud Prevention

We want to remind everyone in our community the importance of staying safe online, especially as our world becomes more connected than ever before.

If you receive a message from a sender that appears suspicious, it is often best to delete the message and never respond. In such a situation, you do not want to send money to unverified sources or share your private information.


Online phishing scams will often demand personal information such as username, password, address details, credit card information, social insurance number, or bank account numbers. It is often suspicious to receive such unusual requests, especially through social media.

For more information about fraud and how to report it, please visit the Government of Canada's website:

Legal Disclaimer: This information is for general information purposes only. It is not intended to provide legal advice or opinions of any kind and may not be used for professional or commercial purposes.

Last updated April 30, 2022

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