Charity scams follow hurricane’s wake


Consumer Alerts from the Federal Trade Commission

by Colleen Tressler
Consumer Education Specialist, FTC

As Hurricane Michael barrels its way toward Florida's Gulf Coast, scammers continue to con people who want to help those affected by past hurricanes. Case in point: The FTC and its state and local partners are getting reports about sham charities following Hurricane Florence's devastating impact on North and South Carolina.

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