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Rothschild Foundation Scam and Fake Emails

Rothschild Foundation is aware that a number of fraudulent emails have been sent by scammers pretending to represent them. They are seeing an increase in fraudulent emails from cybercriminals pretending to represent the Rothschild Foundation and are working with their legal team to report these to the appropriate authorities.

Rothschild Foundation Scam and Fake Emails
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Please be aware that the Rothschild Foundation will never contact you to ask you for credit card details or ask you to make a payment in exchange for a charitable donation.

If you are unsure whether an email is legitimate, please contact them directly using the contact details shown on their website at rothschildfoundation.org.uk. Do not reply to the email.

If you think you have been targeted by a scam, Rothschild Foundation advises that you report it to Action Fraud.

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Rothschild Foundation Scam and Fake Emails