Fraudsters want your crypto too

Canadian Anti Fraud Center has sent a great reminder regarding Cryptocurrency.


  • Once you send Cryptocurrency it is  gone
  • Government Agencies will not accept cryptocurrency. ( if they request it be sent in this format it is a scam)
  • Do your own research before sending anyone Cryptocurrency. 

Fraud. Recognise it, reject it and report it.

If you think that you have been a victim of fraud call 1(888) 495-8501

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