The Co-op Happenings

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  • Wyndham Hill Co-op

Good morning everyone,


I am back from holidays, but will be gone again August 7 to the 14.


The Grange Neighbourhood Group has the backpack registration. The deadline is July 31, 2021 to apply. Here is the link.


https://www.gheng.ca/resources/backpacks/


Have a great week!.

Joan


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  • Wyndham Hill Co-op

You can call the Canadian Anti Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501


There phone message does state that if calling about the recent Service Canada Social Insurance Number scam, to go online and report it to www.antifraudcentre.ca but it looks like you need to sign into your government account to report something. You can however, view topics about scamming and also a list of scams to read up on. There is good information on the website, so take a moment to go to it.


Here is the link for their home page: https://www.antifraudcentre-centreantifraude.ca/index-eng.htm


Keep your personal information safe and do not share it with anyone on the phone or anyone who comes to your door - especially the sellers of hydro and gas.


Thanks

Joan

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  • Wyndham Hill Co-op

I got a call today and yesterday to my cell phone from 519-803-5520. It was a recorded message that said, they were calling from Service Canada about my social insurance number and to avoid legal charges, to dial #1. So just for fun I dialed #1 and some dude got on the line and started to ask me for my social insurance number. I told him he was full of @#$% and told him I was going to report them to the police.


So please, if you get a call that says they are from Service Canada or any government agency, hang up the phone. They are scammers. The Canadian government will never ever call you. They will send you a letter or email if you have access to your account online. Never ever talk to a person or answer any questions.


Block that number from your cell phone, if they call you.


Keep safe and keep your personal information safe!.

Joan



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