Personal Safety Tips
PERSONAL SAFETY UPDATE
C.P.R. - It’s “First Aid” for Potential Fraud Victims
Mature Canadians continue to be targeted by scammers and aggressive sales tactics. How can an individual recognize the threat and then protect themselves? Remember C.P.R.
The widely recognized medical acronym, C.P.R. can be adapted by a vulnerable senior who’s suspicious during a sales pitch. It’s a tool that alerts a potential victim to a scam or unscrupulous sales tactics. Regardless of how the sales pitch is delivered - by telephone - mail - computer - at the door - in the showroom - when you “smell a rat”, confirm your suspicions with Sergeant Bob’s simple C.P.R. scam test.
Those seeking new friendships or romances online should be aware of these items.
Reducing Theft & Break and Enter
Help prevent loss and damage from vehicle theft, or residential break and enter.
Reducing Electronic Crime
Senior Canadians are often targets of e-crime, but it is simple to protect yourself.
D.N.A. Method of Fraud Prevention
It’s difficult to keep up with current scams. But applying this method can help!
Public Transit Safety
Public transit riders of all ages will benefit from following these basic safety tips.
A summary on the laws surrounding the legal possession / use of cannabis inside Canada.
Contacting The Police
While “contacting the police” may seem simple enough, there are things to consider.
Leaving young adults home alone requires awareness and planning by grandparents.
These safety tips are for informational purposes only. Following them may decrease, but will not eliminate, risk of loss. Neither The McLennan Group Insurance Inc. or The McLennan Group Life Insurance Inc. shall be liable for any loss or damage arising out of any use of these tips.