Time frame: 60 min Learning objectives for participants: understand what fraud is and how it works learn how to identify the signs of fraud and how to act on suspicions learn about the top three scams understand why seniors are targeted know what to do if you are a victim of fraud Outline: What is fraud? theft vs. fraud awareness how it works signs of fraud what to do with suspicion top three scams what information scammers want five reasons seniors are vulnerable signs of being victimized what to do if you’ve fallen victim types of fraud — 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 Fight 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.