Fake Emails From charity.com Being Sent by Online Scammers

Online users, beware of fake emails like the ones below, which appear to have been sent from charity.com. The fake emails are being sent by online scammers who are attempting to trick their potential victims into sending them money for so-called donation, inheritance, lottery prize or business proposal.

Fake Emails From charity.com Being Sent by Online Scammers

Fake Emails From charity.com

From: Ms.Laurene Powell - info@charity.com

Sent: Monday, May 6, 2019 9:12 AM

Subject: Proposal

I pray you receive this mail in good health,I have a proposal to discuss with you,please feel free to reply for more details.


Mrs Laurene Powell.

From: Ms Christy Walton - info@charity.com

Sent: Monday, April 29, 2019 8:48:28 PM

To: Recipients

Subject: I have a donation for you.

Good-Day My Dearest Beloved,

I hope this email find you in good condition, i am Ms. Christy Walton.

I have a donation for you Worth $5, Billions, contact me for more details.

Email: chri5tywalton@yandex.com


Ms. Christy Walton.


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  • May 7, 2019 at 8:27 AM by an anonymous user from: Parli Vaijnath, Maharashtra, India

    Today I have received this kind of email fraud, read this one, lol for 5 mins, I thought it is real, but after searching and found your website, realize, its a fake.

    "(It is my pleasure to receive your response, I am Laurene Powell,the American businesswoman, I am also co-founder and president of the Board of College Track, which prepares disadvantaged high school students for college.

    I resided in Palo Alto, California until Last year when I had to relocate to Canada for proper medical care by a heart specialist at the Kingston General Hospital.I know it is hard to believe any story on the internet these days but mine is quit different and legit,I promise you will never regret this.

    The proposal I have for you is about building an orphanage and a free Medical Center for the poor and homeless,but my only problem remains finding a God fearing person and I need you to stand as the administrator to supervise these buildings.Contacting you was not just by luck.I know lots of proposal of this kind might have come your way but I want to assure you that this is absolutely different.

    I have given out donations in the past, but this is the biggest project of them all. I want you to trust me on this venture and promise you will dispose everything with your good heart just as you will receive from me.

    According to my doctors I need to undergo a surgery soon due to a terminal illness,but I trust that the Lord I serve will do a miracle in my life,so am not bothered by the physical result.Please provide the below details if you are ready to work with me.



    Phone number:


    Note: Please see attached copy of my identity.

    Stay Blessed,

    Mrs. Laurene Powell.)"

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