Preventing Fraud

Scams and frauds are a reality both in personal lives and businesses. This is a list of resources published by the government and other reliable resources on how to deal with that issue.

The Little Black Book of Scams: Every year, Canadians lose millions of dollars to the activities of scammers who bombard us with online, mail, door-to-door and telephone scams. The goal of this book is to increase your awareness of the vast array of scams that target Canadians and share with you some easy steps you can take to protect yourself.
Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre : This government site is entirely dedicated to the fraud fighting. It tells you how to recognize a fraud and what to do in case of suspected fraud. 
Does Canada Have a Problem with Occupational Fraud? : By the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada. Recognizing that individual occupational frauds are more often than not dwarfed by larger more discernable frauds and scandals, The Certified General Accountants Association of Canada (CGA-Canada) considers it timely to direct some attention to the inherent opportunity for occupational fraud within the domestic environment. Moreover, it is conceivable that in the current economic landscape of slow growth and deleveraging, the propensity for occupational fraud may in fact intensify.

Prevent Fraud in the Workplace Useful tips on how to prevent fraud in the workplace by the Certified General Accountants Association of Canada 
How to report a fraud – Information by the Vancouver Police
Crime-stoppers:  to report a crime anonymously