Are you concerned about Identity Theft?
Identity theft has become one of the fastest growing crimes in North America. Two
major Canadian credit bureaus, Equifax and Trans Union, receive between 1,400
and 1,800 Canadian identity theft complaints a month, the majority of which are from
How can you protect yourself against having your personal information stolen? What
do you do when someone has already taken over your bank accounts, got loans and
credit cards in your name, and is endangering your financial affairs, your credit and
One thing you can do, is turn to LifeWorks for support.
LifeWorks consultants are available 24/7 to help you deal with the emotional aspects of
identity theft and refer you for free, confidential financial counselling and free legal
advice. You can also go online at www.lifeworks.ca to find a wide variety of financial
and legal resources, including articles on:
Organizing Your Financial Records and Emergency Forms
Working with a Credit Counselling Agency
Choosing a Lawyer
You can also download or order Taking Charge of Your Money, an audio recording
featuring financial expert Amelia Tyagi. Ms. Tyagi offers down-to-earth money tips
that can work for anyone, and explains how to take charge of your money and get
back in control. The recording includes real-life stories from others who have faced
money challenges and found ways to deal with them.
Let LifeWorks help you!
We’re available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 365 days per year.
Call 000-000-0000 anytime to speak with a LifeWorks consultant. Or visit
www.lifeworks.com (user id: ; password: ) to explore other resources.
Service disponible en français: 1-000-000-0000.