FCT is proud to be a fraud prevention month partner
Mar 8th, 2016 | By Michael LeBlanc
2016 marks the 12th anniversary of Fraud Prevention Month in Canada: an annual education and awareness campaign aimed at helping Canadians recognize, reject and report all forms of fraud. FCT is proud to join forces with the Competition Bureau as one of this year’s fraud prevention forum partners.
As part of this campaign, FCT will be hosting a variety of fraud-related events throughout Canada to help spread the word and educate our partners. This will include our 2016 FCT Seminar Series which offers 10 coast–to-coast accredited presentations focused on real estate fraud. During these seminars we will provide attendees with:
- Regional-specific content
- Expert insight to the industry
- Fraud statistics
- Real-life residential and commercial claims stories
- Red flag detection strategies
- Protection solutions using title insurance
Stay tuned for dates and registration information.
FCT has a powerful weapon against fraud
And her name is Marie Taylor.
As a Certified Fraud Examiner with the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, Toronto Chapter, Marie is a sought-after subject matter expert specializing in residential title insurance. This association is the world’s largest anti-fraud organization and premier provider of anti-fraud training and education.
In fact, having Marie on the FCT team gives us the enviable edge of being the only title insurer in Canada to have a Certified Fraud Examiner on staff — a highly trained specialist that can spot the red flags and suspicious activity that most would overlook. This means that fraudsters know better than to mess with FCT, and that our customers can rest assured they are in good hands when it comes to protecting themselves and their clients against the consequences of real estate fraud.
Don’t be a victim: arm yourself against fraud with help from FCT
Have you or one of your clients been a victim? Tell us your story by commenting below. Or better yet, share your story in person at one of our upcoming fraud seminars.
Until then, remember when it comes to fraud, trust your instincts . . . and trust FCT to have you covered.