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How credit cards work - Canada .ca

Types of credit card transactions

You can use your credit card to make a number of different types of transactions.

Credit card purchases

You can use your credit card to pay for goods or services:

at a cash register or checkout, that is, a point of sale

over the phone


Keep receipts for all your credit card purchases. Check your receipts against your credit card statement to make sure there...

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Date: 2018-03-27 00:50:50

Merchant rights under the Code of Conduct for the Credit ...

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Date: 2019-03-23 22:46:52

Credit card fraud -

Credit card fraud happens when someone steals your credit card, credit card information or personal identification number ( PIN ) and uses it without your permission to:

make a purchase at a place of business

make a purchase or transaction online

make a purchase or transaction by telephone

withdraw money from an automated teller machine ( ATM )

A person can steal your credit card or credit card...

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CG-16 Fee disclosure box—Credit and debit card code ...

FCAC guideline 16 (CG-16) questions & answers


1. With respect to automatically renewable merchant-acquirer agreements under Element 12 of the Code, when does the fee disclosure box need to be provided?

The Code states that all merchant-acquirer agreements must include a cover page containing an information summary box providing the key elements of the contract in a consolidated...

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How FCAC handles your complaint -

FCAC investigates complaints that relate to a possible breach of these market conduct obligations.

FCAC has responsibility under the Code of Conduct for the Credit and Debit Card Industry in Canada to monitor issues raised by merchants and work with payment card network operators to resolve them. Please see " Merchant questions and dispute resolution " to learn more.

FCAC's role in handling...

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Applying for a Permanent Resident Card (PR Card) - First ...

Note: It is a serious offence to give false or misleading information on these forms. The information you provide on your application may be verified.

Be complete and accurate

Fill out all sections. If a section does not apply to you, write "Not Applicable" or "NA". If your application is incomplete, it will be returned to you and this will delay the processing.

If you need more space for any...

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Date: 2018-03-26 23:51:33

Your Social Insurance Number: A shared responsibility ...

How to reach us

Your Social Insurance Number ( SIN ) is confidential. With Service Canada, you share the responsibility of protecting your SIN from inappropriate use, fraud, and theft.

At Service Canada, we safeguard your personal information, only allow access to those who are authorized, and provide guidance about how to protect your SIN and your personal information.

Protect your SIN


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Date: 2019-03-23 23:55:17