Heads up folks…THE CRA will never call threatening you with jail time etc. I did go to the CRA site but they don’t make it easy to report at all. There are a bunch of loopholes they want you jumping through just to report. This is the second time these Fraudsters have called each with a different number. So BE on the LOOKOUT! I tried to keep them on the phone as long as possible to see what information I could get. Anyway maybe someone will see this and do something about it. Can’t imagine how many people they’ve done [More]
Beware of this caller representing himself as the IRS, this is fraud, do not call them back or answer questions.
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I came home from a business trip and had two nearly identical messages from a person claiming to be Officer Melvin Batchet of the Internal Revenue Service (I…
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The following is now available on the CRA Web site: News release Ottawa, Ontario, March 11, 2008… With Fraud Prevention Month in full swing, the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) is warning taxpayers to stay away from return preparers who offer false tax deductions such as inflated charitable donations, child care expense claims, or even business expenses or losses. While most preparers provide excellent service to tax filers, a few unscrupulous ones file fraudulent tax returns—and in the end it’s the client who pays. Remember that even if someone else prepares your tax return, you are responsible for all the information [More]
The following news was released on the Canada News site … December 20, 2007 Ottawa – Canada Post wishes to advise Canadians that advertisements recently published in various newspapers and on the Internet, offering employment opportunities with the corporation, are fraudulent. An investigation by Canada Post’s Security and Investigation Services has revealed that these fraudulent ads direct applicants to a “Mystery Shopping Application Form” where unsuspecting individuals are asked to complete the form and provide personal information. The form suggests that the employer is Canada Post and displays Canada Post’s corporate trade-mark logo. It is believed that the advertisements are [More]
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