Provincial regulator joins Twitter; offers fraud prevention and consumer protection tips
(NC)—The provincial regulator, the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) is now using social media to provide opportunities for more transparent, two-way communications by directly engaging consumers, stakeholders and members of its regulated sectors.
FSCO regulates insurance, pension plans, loan and trust companies, credit unions, caisses populaires, mortgage brokering, and co-operative corporations in Ontario.
Follow @FSCOTweets for consumer tips, answers to frequently asked questions, information on compliance requirements, and timely and important updates on activities in FSCO's regulated sectors.
FSCO's Twitter account is part of a larger strategy to use social media channels and web features to engage with consumers and raise awareness of its role and the information and services it provides.
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