Protecting Seniors from On-line Fraud

CARP’s Manager of Community Development, Anthony Quinn has been asked to join a panel discussion on the topic, “Protecting Seniors from On-line Fraud”, at a conference organized by the Federal Competition Bureau.

In preparation for that presentation, CARP would like to hear about your experiences with online fraud. Send us an email to [email protected].

Have you been a victim?
What scams have you avoided?
What do you do to protect yourself from fraud?
Have you changed your financial habits for fear of digital fraud?

Your replies will help CARP best represent members experiences to politicians, enforcement agencies and financial service provides, including credit card companies, Pay-pal, Interact and banks.

About the Conference:

March is Fraud Prevention Month in Canada, and a small group of government and law enforcement agencies, associations and businesses involved in Canada’s Fraud Prevention Forum are planning an interactive, information–packed, two–day, international event.

Preventing Fraud in a Digital Age is the focus of the first–ever fraud prevention conference, March 7 & 8, 2011. The event is being held at Ottawa’s Fairmont Château Laurier.

Conference delegates will learn about the current state of fraud, investigate the most at–risk audiences, share best practices on recognizing and preventing fraud, and – ultimately – provide recommendations that the partners in fraud prevention can then implement.

$250 plus 13% HST Total: $282.50

Preventing Fraud in a Digital Age Fairmont Château Laurier 1 Rideau Street, Ottawa, Ontario March 7 & 8, 2011

CLICK HERE for Conference Registration and and Agenda

Keywords: fraud, seniors