RCMP goes over most common scams in Whistler—and how to protect yourself

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Net Patrol International Inc.  Data Investigation and Forensic Services
Bankruptcy and Insolvency Trustees

Feb. 24, 2021 – With tax season in full swing, local police went over some of the most common scams and frauds in Whistler, as well as the best ways to protect yourself. RCMP Cpl. Nate Miller held the session over Zoom as part of a new virtual series organized by the Whistler Public Library and local seniors group, the Mature Action Community. With Canadians over 50 being the most targeted demographic by scammers, Miller offered some advice to the group on how best to protect against fraud, both online and off. These scams include: Canada Revenue Agency Scams, fake property rental scams, phishing, romance scams and grandparent scams. Pique News Magazine reports. | READ MORE