Quick reference guides

Protect yourself from identity theft and scams (PDF, 50 KB) Opens in a new window.

Learn how to keep your personal information safe and recognize the signs of a scam.

CIBC Business Banking fraud prevention playbook (PDF, 935 KB)

Learn about the common types of fraud experienced by small to medium-sized businesses.

Types of fraud

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Interac e-Transfer® fraud

Keep your Interac e-Transfer transactions safe. Learn about what you can do to prevent email money transfer fraud.

Learn more about Interac e-Transfer fraud.

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Online, text and email Fraud

Spot authentic emails and texts. Learn about what a real CIBC message looks like.

Learn more about online, text and email fraud.

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Debit and credit card fraud

Protect your wallet. Learn how to keep your physical cards safe from fraud.

Learn more about debit and credit card fraud.

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Identity theft

Learn how to protect your identity from being stolen.

Learn more about identity theft.

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Other common fraud examples

Don’t fall victim to fake cheques or phony lotteries. Learn how these schemes work.

Learn more about other common fraud examples.

Types of scams

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Coronavirus scams

There’s been a rise of scams related to fears over COVID-19. Protect yourself from falling victim to these scams.

Learn more about coronavirus scams.

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Holiday purchase scams

There’s always a rise in scams during the holiday season. Learn how to protect yourself from holiday purchase scams.

Learn more about holiday scams.

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Job scams

Don’t let landing your dream job become a nightmare. Learn how to spot fake job opportunities.

Learn more about job scams.

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Romance scams

Learn how to protect money and your heart from romance fraudsters. 

Learn more about romance scams.

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Investment scams

If an investment sounds too good to be true, it probably is. Learn how to tell the difference between an exciting investment opportunity and a disappointing scam.

Learn more about investment scams.

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CRA scams

Learn how to tell the difference between a phony threat from a fraudster and a legitimate request from the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).

Learn more about CRA scams.

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Card swapping scams

Make sure your bank cards stay in your wallet. Learn how to protect yourself from card swapping scams.

Learn more about card swapping scams.

Think you've been a victim of fraud? Let's get in touch.

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 Describe the fraudulent incident

 Attach or include any fraudulent emails you received or anti-virus or anti-spyware scan logs

 Describe the fraudulent incident

 Attach or include any fraudulent emails you received or anti-virus/anti-spyware scan logs

Private and Investment Counsel

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