The Fraud Prevention Forum is a concerned group of private sector firms, consumer and volunteer groups, government agencies, and law enforcement organizations that are committed to fighting fraud aimed at consumers and businesses. Through its members, the Forum works to prevent Canadians from becoming victims by educating them on how to recognize, reject, and report fraud. The Forum is co-chaired by the Competition Bureau, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre, and currently consists of a group of over 60 organizations. Every year in March, the Forum runs a Fraud Prevention Month campaign to increase awareness of fraud and promote confidence in the marketplace.
The Fraud Prevention Forum model has been adopted around the world. Today, 29 countries, including the United States, Australia, England, Chile, and Japan, host Fraud Prevention Month activities.
How to become a Forum member
If becoming a collaborator in the fight against fraud is of interest to your organization, please contact us for further information.
Please note that not all Forum member websites are available in both official languages.