Are you a Canadian citizen? Are you receiving bogus calls or messages from CRA Let’s take a look at the messages and calls before we proceed. These scammers can send these messages to your phone and steal your information.

Canadians are terrified of the revenue agency message. Instead of appearing legit, the message appears fraudulent. For those not familiar with the Crap Interac Scam, you can find all the details here.

Information about the Scam of Cra Interac

A group of fraudsters sends an email message or calls Canadians sharing a message. It is an Electronic Transfer of your Monthly Revenue collected by government.

Nevertheless, after observing these cases, CRA’s main tier released a notice advising public that they will not request an etransfer to collect income. Instead, people will receive credit directly from the authentic source CRA.

Cra Interac Sham – Notifications

A message with an Interac E-Transfer Reminder pops up. This contains the email ID as well as the link where you must deposit the money. Also, we will receive a message from CRA confirming that XXXX has been received. Follow the link to deposit your amount in the bank.

The CRA determines that this message is a phishing scam and advises readers to warn the scammers or give a Police report warning. Also, contact the local police station and file an action against these messages. CRA does NOT promote threatening alerts.

Cra Interac Scam Recent Case

Recently, a student filed a police case regarding the CRA etransfer fraud message. The student said that he had received a message from CRA stating that he owed $550.44. You can also send the money to CRA via the etransfer link included in the message.

This was suspicious to the student who filed the case at the Waterloo area police station. Police receive multiple calls or messages from scammers via CRA and report the case. Police notified the revenue agency about the cra Interacscam. The CRA was alerted that the messages were a fraud. We do not recommend such E payments containing personal information. You can also check the CRA account to verify before making any payments.


New theft fraud is raging in Canada. Where people are being duped in the name CRA agency. Citizens are receiving suspicious messages about CRA payment. CRA however denies the alert, and proves it a fraud.

Have you received any Interac Scam messages. Comment below.