As this is Fraud Prevention Month, we remind you that it is important to be prudent and vigilant, when it comes to sharing your personal information.
When you receive a request for information, make sure you know where it’s coming from and if it’s legitimate. For instance, a representative of the Québec Parental Insurance Plan (QPIP) will never offer to come to your home to help you fill an application for benefits.
To know the various means of communication used by QPIP to reach you, please read the Communication with Clients Confidentiality Practices (PDF, 605 KB). To find out more about fraud prevention, you can go to the Sûreté du Québec website (in French only).