Fake Red Cross Donation via Bitcoin Created by Scammers

Scammers are sending out fake Red Cross donation emails like the one below, which asks recipinets to to make donations to a Bitcoin account at Coinbase. Therefore, online users are asked to delete the emails and should also go directly to the Red Cross' website at www.redcross.org to make their donations via credit card or PayPal.

Fake Red Cross Donation via Bitcoin Created by Scammers

A Fake Red Cross Donation via Bitcoin Email

Subject: A gift of hope save a child

Date: Tue 3/12/2019 3:00 AM

From: "Red cross"

Dear Sir/Madam

Children are often separated from their families, driven from their homes, killed, maimed, sexually abused or exploited in other ways.We live in a war-torn world, where millions of people have their lives destroyed by conflict.The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) is a unique sign of hope to those whose lives have been shattered by war.

But as the pressure on our resources continues to grow,we need more funds to help the increasing number of men,women and children around the world who find themselves caught in the crossfire of conflict.

Please donate today and save a child's life.

Donate to the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC)

Bitcoin payment method is secure.

Support all the urgent humanitarian needs of (ICRC).






$Any amount $50 is the minimum online donation.


You can open and fund Bitcoin Account here https://www.coinbase.com/ or https://www.coinmama.com

Pay to (ICRC) Bitcoin account number below

(36fKnXBGRY9nsYV5p29bUG8HrozXRo4GAU) copy and paste

Your donation goes where it is needed most.

93% of your donation will go to fund our operations for people in need.

Thank you

Best Regard

support Team

Red Cross

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Fake Red Cross Donation via Bitcoin Created by Scammers