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  • Cool moves to protect yourself from fraud

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    Protect yourself from fraudsters and identity thieves. Visit FCAC at https://www.canada.ca/money.

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    Martha, a senior woman, karate-kicks her way through a brick wall and hits various targets.

    0:00 Martha: Kiii-yeah!
    0:01 Narrator: On June 4, 71 year-old Martha Jones
    0:03 singlehandedly and skillfully protected herself from fraudsters and identity thieves
    0:07 with a few cool moves she learned from us.
    0:11 Martha: I didn’t even break a sweat!
    0:12 Narrator: Visit FCAC at Canada.ca/money
    0:16 A message from the Government of Canada. Show less
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    Quick tips from the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada to help you better manage your money.
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  • Money Break - Coffee Edition Play all

    ☕ Take a break (and have a coffee!) and listen to coffee experts share their stories about money and financial wellness.
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    The more you know and understand about your financial rights and responsibilities, the easier it is to avoid costly surprises and to reach your financial goals.

    Find out more at Canada.ca/it-pays-to-know.

    #ItPaysToKnow
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  • Financial Basics e-learning videos Play all

    These e-learning videos complement the Financial Basics workshop material (http://www.fcac-acfc.gc.ca/Eng/resources/educationalProgr...). They are an easy and accessible alternative way to boost financial knowledge and plan a more secure financial future. You can use them as part of a Financial Basics workshop, or watch them on your own.

    The Financial Basics e-Learning Project was jointly developed by The Chang School (http://ce-online.ryerson.ca/ce/default.aspx) at Ryerson University and the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada with the assistance of the Investor Education Fund (www.getsmarteraboutmoney.ca/).
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