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Its mission is to protect and foster competitive markets in Canada and help consumers make informed decisions.
1 800 348-5358
TTY: 1 800 642-3844
50, rue Victoria, Gatineau (Québec) K1A 0C9
To get more information about fraud or report fraudulent activity, contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre by phone or email:
1 888 495-8501
SeniorBusters is a group of volunteers who work for the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre and provide information and telephone support to seniors who believe they have been victims of telephone fraud. Contact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre and ask for them.
If you witness or are a victim of physical violence, threats, fraud, theft, or any other type of crime, you can obtain free and confidential professional services from a CAVAC. CAVAC workers will listen to you, inform you of your rights and options as a victim, provide technical assistance (e.g., filling out forms as required), guide you through the process, and refer you to other resources in the community. You do not have to have filed a police report to use their services.
1 866 LE-CAVAC (532-2822)
Since July 1, 2014, consumers, businesses, and organizations have been using fight spam.gc.ca to report commercial electronic messages (spam) sent without the recipient’s consent or containing false or misleading content.
1 800 465-7166
Equifax Canada Co., C. P. 190, Station Jean-Talon, Montréal (Québec) H1S 2Z2
1 866 580-DNCL (1 866 580-3625)
TTY: 1 888 DNCL-TTY (1 888 362-5889)
Monitors the enforcement of laws under its purview, provides information to consumers collectively and individually, educates consumers, and handles consumer complaints. It also promotes cooperation among consumer market stakeholders.
1 888 OPC-ALLO (672-2556)
310-4141 or *4141 (for mobile phones)
1 877 713-3393