Agence du revenu du Canada

Agence du revenu du Canada

19 nov. 2007 15h59 HE

Agence du revenu du Canada : Alerte aux courriels frauduleux

OTTAWA, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - 19 nov. 2007) - De nombreuses personnes reçoivent des courriels qui laissent croire qu'ils sont envoyés par l'Agence du revenu du Canada (ARC), pour confirmer l'enregistrement d'un dossier de plainte. Ce courriel ne provient pas de l'ARC.

Les liens Web contenus dans le courriel frauduleux comportent un logiciel dommageable. Si vous recevez ce message, vous devez le supprimer. L'ARC a déjà avisé les autorités compétentes de cette activité illégale.

Une copie du courriel frauduleux, qui s'adresse aux destinataires par leur nom, est jointe ci-dessous pour vous aider à repérer le courriel frauduleux. Les liens de la copie du courriel ont été désactivés.

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EXEMPLE DE COURRIEL FRAUDULEUX

From: Canada Revenue Agency (mailto:taxfraudcaseID29395@cra-arc.gc.ca)

Sent: November 9, 2007 11:07 AM

To: John Smith

Subject: Tax Avoidance Scheme Complaint , John Smith (Case id: #65FA72!)

Dear Mr. John Smith ,

This is an automated email that confirms the registration of your complaint case number : #65FA72 filed by Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) on November 08/2007 concerning Online Identity Theft.

While Canada Revenue Agency does not resolve individual consumer problems, your complaint helps us investigate fraud, and can lead to law enforcement action.

You can download a copy of your complaint from (web link). Please print and keep this copy for your personal records.

We use secure socket layer (SSL) encryption to protect the transmission of the information you submit to us when you use our secure online forms. The information you provided to us is stored securely.

The form you used to register this complaint is designed to improve public access to the Canada Revenue Agency of Consumer Protection Consumer Response Center, and is voluntary. Through this form, consumers may electronically register a complaint with the Canada Revenue Agency. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act, as amended, an agency may not conduct or sponsor, and a person is not required to respond to, a collection of information unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number.

Our staff will keep you updated regarding the status of our investigation. To check the status of your complaint please access (web link). The information in this news release was obtained from the court records.

Further information on convictions can also be found in the Media room on the CRA website at (web link).

Renseignements

  • Agence du revenu du Canada
    Béatrice Fénelon
    Relations avec les médias
    613-941-6269