March is Fraud Prevention Month.
Fraud is an ongoing issue that is not going away. With the evolution of technology some might even say it is becoming more prevalent.
This month a variety of different agencies and businesses are working together to get out the message to consumers and businesses about what can be done to protect ourselves from fraud.
Visa Canada is one such business.
A new survey released by Visa Canada has uncovered a concerning trend among young people. A significant number of young Canadians who regularly post personal information on social network sites are putting themselves at unnecessary risk by mirroring similar oversharing behavior offline with their payment card information.
To counter the culture of oversharing and help cardholders understand their role in preventing fraud, Visa Canada created an interactive choose your own adventure video, designed to entertain and educate cardholders about the choices they make with their payment cards.