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Funeral for a Baby

How the scam works:

(with video below) You might come across a campaign --online or in stores as donation boxes-- that’s fundraising money to pay for a baby’s funeral. This is a real tear-jerker. There’s a picture of the baby and you really feel upset.

Thousands of dollars get into the hands of scammers pulling tricks like this one, by regularly emptying the donation jars or setting up an account. Needless to say, the pictures of the kids are stolen from the Internet.

Watch the video below to see the Baby Funeral scam, exposed:

Baby Funeral Scam Video


How to avoid the Funeral For A Baby scam:

If you donate money, always make sure that you check the final destination of your funds. There is no shame in that. There are a lot of nasty people out there.


How to report the Funeral For A Baby scam:

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