Time frame: 60 mins LEARNING OBJECTIVES FOR PARTICIPANTS: able to define fraud recognize the signs of victimization what to do as a victim of fraud understand various types of fraud Outline: What is fraud? How can you be aware of the damage? signs of victimization What should you do? real-life examples tools and resources Q&A LEARNING MATERIALS: general information for: Equifax Trans Union Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre (CAFC) Royal Canadian Mounted Police (Scams and Fraud) Federal Trade Commission Identity Theft Hotline the Anti-Spam Quiz — tests knowledge of identity theft and fraud the Identity Theft and Identity Fraud Victim Assistance Guide (CAFC) — explains in further detail about the crime and what to do if victimized Questions? For questions, please email us. Want a session in your area? We will provide a CPA volunteer to lead the session with a prepared presentation, activities, handouts and worksheets. Note: If more than one session is needed, please fill out a second form and submit. Request guidelines: 12 weeks’ notice needed to setup a session. Requests must be submitted by the request deadline. If more than five sessions are needed, please contact us directly. For more information, visit setting up a financial literacy session.