Intact Insurance reported today that they have recently been informed that some customers have been fraudulently contacted by someone identifying themselves as an Intact Insurance employee looking for credit card information. The caller goes on to indicate that the account is in arrears and in order to keep it current, payment is requested right away. The caller then tries to solicit personal payment information.
Cab drivers across the country have been protesting the drive sharing app, Uber. This app turns your phone into a virtual dispatch and payment center, allowing regular citizens to easily offer rides for pay in any city that has enough users to warrant the service.
Armour Insurance and the Insurance Bureau of Canada, want to remind you that when someone cheats, everyone pays.
When you get an insurance quote and buy insurance for your home, car or business, you put your money into a pool with many others, to help the ppeople every year who suffer financial hardship because of tragic insurance claims, such as fire or a car crash. But what happens when criminals or cheaters take more than their share? Or even fake the whole event? We’re all forced to pay more and every dollar makes a difference. It's a reality that many of us don't know or think about.