Scams and fraud can affect Canadians of all ages. However, older adults are often targeted by those who wish to commit fraud. Fraud is lying or deceiving to make a profit or gain an advantage, or to cause someone else a loss or disadvantage. By knowing your rights and what the law says about fraud and scams, you can help prevent fraud and scams from affecting yourself or your loved ones.
In this section, you will find links to resource that discuss what the law says about fraud and scams, as well as information about entering contract agreements with service providers.