Fraud Awareness Tips

Easy Ways to Protect Your Identity

Don't share your personal information

  • Beware of random solicitations for your personal information such as date of birth, Social Insurance Number (SIN) or Personal Identification Number (PIN)
  • Store your SIN in a safe place at home (not in your wallet or purse)
  • Seletct a PIN that is easy to remember and hard for others to guess
  • Do not write down or share your PIN or passwords. Your financial institution uses this information to identify you during financial transactions

Review Your Monthly Statements Carefully

  • Watch for suspicious transactions on your credit card and financial account statements
  • If you don't receive your statements, call your financial institution immediately
  • Shred all documents and monthly statements that you wish to discard

Canadian Tire Bank is your partner in protecting your personal information.

 

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