How To Report Fraud In Canada

How To Report Fraud In Canada without revealing your identity. In the case of immigration fraud, you can call the Canada Border Services Agency (CBSA) Border Watch Toll-Free line at 1-888-502-9060 to report cases like:

  • Suspicious activity at the border,
  • A marriage of convenience,
  • Someone who supplied false information on any immigration application or
  • A person wanted on an immigration warrant.

What you tell the tip line will always remain private. Your identity will be protected.

How do I report citizenship fraud?

You can report a person who:

  • In other to become a citizen pretends to live in Canada, or
  • Hid useful information about their case.

If you reside in Canada, call the Call Centre and choose the citizenship fraud tip option in our automated telephone system.

If outside Canada, contact your nearest Canadian visa office.

You can also send tips via mail to: [email protected]

Remember that what you tell the tip line will always remain private as well as your identity will always be protected.

How to report Internet, email or telephone scams and fraud

If you or someone close to you has been the target of a telephone, Internet, email or other types of scam and gave personal or financial information by mistake, you should:

In Canada, contact the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at Toll-free: 1-888-495-8501

If outside Canada, please report the scam to your local police.

How to report a possible victim of human trafficking

If you or someone close to you is a victim, contact your local police.

To report a crime without revealing your identity, call Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Please ensure not to take the law into your own hands or take part in any illegal activity.

You can also see how to apply as a Royal Canadian Mounted Police position