Left Navigation Fraud Alerts IBC issues fraud alerts to inform consumers about scams. Fake policies and non-existent insurance companies can put you and your insured property at risk. If you suspect fraud, immediately contact your insurer, the IBC TIPS Line at 1-877-IBC-TIPS or the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501. If you suspect you’ve been offered or purchased a fraudulent insurance policy, take action immediately to confirm whether or not you have coverage: Contact the insurance company that is listed in the policy. What to Do If You Suspect Insurance FraudIn addition to contacting your insurer, you may also:Submit a confidential tip using IBC’s online form belowCall IBC’s Canada-wide, 24/7/365 TIPS Line at 1-877-IBC-TIPSContact the Canadian Anti-Fraud Centre at 1-888-495-8501 or email@example.com If you live in Ontario, contact the Complaints and Investigations department of the Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario (RIBO) at 416-365-1900 or 1-800-265-3097. FilterSelect Region Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Northwest Territories Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon All Regions Select Section About Us Auto Business Disaster Home IBC Advantage Insurance 101 Legal Members Resources The Future All Categories Fraud Alerts SortDateTitleDescriptionCat.Reg.Possible Phishing Attempt8/17/2017 | Resources | NationalInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been informed that several consumers have been contacted by an individual who claims to represent IBC. The caller states that he is seeking personal information in order to help settle an insurance claim.11 Related ServicesOp-edOn behalf of its members, IBC works to increase the understanding of breaking and current news regarding home, auto and business insurance. IBC produces regular opinion and editorial content (op-eds) for the media.SpeechesAt events across Canada, IBC insurance experts share their knowledge by speaking on everything from severe weather to property and casualty coverage. IBC also regularly hosts public and industry events to relay news about the home, auto and business insurance industry. Media RequestsOn behalf of its members, IBC works to increase Canadians’ understanding of home, auto and business insurance. From timely news releases and op-eds, to fraud alerts, bulletins, speeches, blogs and more, IBC’s publications are recognized as a key source of Canadian insurance industry information. Useful LinksAbout UsInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is the national industry association representing Canada’s private home, auto and business insurers. Its member companies represent 90% of the Canadian property and casualty (P&C) insurance market. Contact UsIBC has consumer information centres in each of its regional offices to address your specific questions. If IBC’s information officers do not know the answers to your questions, they will direct you to someone who does. Vision and MandateConsumers and governments trust, value and support the private property and casualty insurance industry, and its products and services.