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Scam 4 - Bank E-mail Scam

If you receive an e-mail claiming to be from your financial institution, asking you to supply details such as your social insurance number, account number, address and other personal information, please be cautious. This could be a scam.

The e-mail might appear to be from your financial institution; however, banks do not normally request this type of information by e-mail. If you supply this information to the person who sent it, they will have what's necessary to access your bank account.

If you receive a similar e-mail, please be catious. Do not immediately respond, and contact your financial institution to inquire whether or not it came from them. Don't hesitate to also contact police, who may have further information.