An Introduction to Debit Card Fraud

An Introduction to Debit Card Fraud

Convenience, this is probably the number one thing most Canadians associate with their debit cards. In our day to day lives the convenience of not having to have cash on us all the time is priceless, this is why in Canada debt cards are used millions of times every single… Read More


How to Deal With Debt Collection Scammers

How to Deal With Debt Collection Scammers

Debt collection scammers use fear to con their targets, they know that making threatening calls and sending threatening emails is the perfect way to get someone to cooperate. Fear is their favourite and most useful tool and they use it liberally and without any hesitation. This is why you need… Read More


Are Credit Scores a Scam?

Are Credit Scores a Scam?

If you’ve ever had trouble getting approved for a loan or a new credit card then you might feel like you’re being targeted or like the system is set up to prevent you from getting the money you need when you need it. It’s easy to see why some people… Read More


How to Tell if Your Debt Collector is a Fraud

How to Tell if Your Debt Collector is a Fraud

Debt is a scary thing. Losing money on accident or for no reason is also scary if not terrifying. So when you get “the call” from a debt collector who informs you that you owe them quite a bit of money and you take them very seriously and pay it… Read More


Pre-Paid Credit Card Scams

Pre-Paid Credit Card Scams

Prepaid credit card and debit card scams have recently started to grow in popularity among criminals and crooks trying to scam people out of their money. These prepaid cards are not associated with your bank account because you buy them like you would buy anything else and therefore it will… Read More


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