Our mission is to provide you with tips to help you get out of trouble.
If you are alive, you must have probably experienced once or twice someone trying to trick you with some scamming technics. It could be through a phone call, email, or any communication means. Unfortunately, with the outbreak of information technologies, things will not get any better soon.
However, we believe that we can put our energy together to raise awareness about commonly used strategies as individuals or companies. Therefore, irrespective of your knowledge of scamming, we need your contribution.
Scam radar is all about sharing our experiences regarding scamming. We achieve our aims by submitting all the latest scamming attempts to help others avoid them in the future.
We don’t have a remedy against scamming; our purpose is to provide information. Please read some recommendations from the Canadian government website.
We gather information about fraudulent activities in Canada and around the world. Our purpose is to provide all you need to know to avoid scams.
Based on our personal experience and all the information that we have, we will try as much as possible to provide all you need to know to protect yourself. You may not learn all the scamming tricks, but you can avoid falling into the ones you already know.
In some situations, you may need an expert to guide you. For example, if you get hacked or scammed, a professional can help by providing advice to handle the issue. Scam radar works with professionals in the industry to ensure that you get the help you need.
Avoid scamming start by being self-conscious about the danger of not implementing best practices. For example, some of the best practices may be avoiding sending our personal information through any online form or carelessly sharing too much about us with strangers. We raise awareness of good practices in the management of personal data.