Everyday security

Protect your business

Prevent fraud today for a worry-free tomorrow

Your caisse protects you against fraud and provides secure transaction services. But your business is still vulnerable to fraud. Scammers are still coming up with increasingly brazen scams targeting your organization and your employees. Be especially wary of urgent requests requiring strict confidentiality.

Here are the 6 fraud prevention best practices

This section describes the various ways the Caisse ensure the security of your online, caisse and ATM transactions. It can also be used as an educational tool to raise awareness about technology fraud.

This information can save you a world of trouble!

Stay aware
Beware of ads inviting you to make tax-free withdrawals from your Registered Retirement Savings Plan (RRSP). Locked-In Retirement Account (LIRA) or pension fund. To find out more, visit the site of the Autorité des marchés financiers.

UNI Cooperation financière and the components participating in this site adhere to very strict and rigorous security standards.

Phishing is a ploy that scam artists use when they send mass emails or text messages that look like they’re from a financial institution or legitimate company.

Find out how the Caisse ensure the security of your transactions and the confidentiality of your personal information.

Take the necessary measures to make sure your computer is as secure as possible. Learn how to choose a very secure access code.

Find out about various types of fraud. When it comes to security, the more information you have, the less likely you are to be duped!

Learn how to report a fraud.

See a list of frequently asked questions about logging on to AccèsD and AccèsD Affaires.

Before committing to a new investment opportunity, talk to your advisor about the risks involved, along with potential gains and losses.

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In addition to the information in this section, we have added a document you can download entitled Protect your financial transactions (PDF format, 343 Kb) or get a copy from your caisse.

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