Bogus Hurricane Sandy Charities

Scammers know that after a disaster, people will generously make donations to help the people who are affected. So, these people are sending out e-mail messages and making posts on social networking websites asking for donations for the fraudulent charitable organizations that they have created overnight. Be careful when sending your money; you want to help the victims and not to make the scammers rich by taking advantage of this tragedy.

Bogus Hurricane Sandy Charities

Two Scamming E-mail Messages Attempting to Take Advantage of Hurricane Sandy:

Hurricane Sandy Bogus Email Message

Help Sandy Victims Email Scam

Here are some legitimate charitable organizations that you can make your donations to:

For information about Hurricane Sandy bogus charities e-mail message, please click here.

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Bogus Hurricane Sandy Charities