Types of fraud

Explore the different kinds of ways fraud can happen, and how to protect yourself.

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Online, Text and Email Fraud

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

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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 about how to protect your identity from being stolen.
 

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Cheque fraud

Cheques still account for billions of payments each year. Learn how to avoid getting a fake cheque.
 

Learn more about cheque fraud
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Other common fraud examples

Don’t fall victim to fake contests or phony surveys. Learn how these schemes work.
 

Learn more about other common fraud examples

Fraud Alerts

 

Email Alerts

Text Message Alerts

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/anti-spyware scan logs

A laptop and smartphone both showing C I B C homepages

  Describe the fraudulent incident

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

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