These are scams and scam websites which fall into other categories of scams we don’t specialize in, can be used in multiple scams, or we are unsure for which the particular scam they are being used, e.g. some scam sites are used for both fake job scams and romance scams (where the scammer poses as an executive or worker in a firm or company) and the fake website is used to trick the victim into believing he is legitimate. When you contact the fake company, another scammer will vouch for him and claims he works there. The scams posted in this forum also include Next of Kin, Trunk Box, Dying Widow, Rich Orphan, Payment Representative, Fake Government Agent , Fake Compensation, Fake ATM card etc.
https://charityhopefoundation.org (scam website)
Charity Hope Foundation
+1 (915) 233-9049
Chef Street, Bomaka, Buea
Choose Your Payment Method
Offline Bank Donation - PayPal
We currently accept Bitcoin, Tether and Etherium.
Same Cameroon scammer as westcoastammo-arms.com +1(915)233 9049 (Non-Delivery Scam)
Details: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=13484 .
Their so-called "achievements" are 100% fake, that entire page stolen from https://distressedchildren.org/achievements/CHFs achievements have been realized almost entirely through the hard work and dedication of our team of volunteers. We deeply appreciate their steadfast commitment to Charity Hope Foundation mission, and especially the generosity of our donors and sponsors, which have made these achievements possible.
Here are some of our achievements so far:
1500 Student getting one to one sponsorship support
1114 Children got preprimary education through preschool up to 2018.
1442 Children received Primary School Certificate (PSC) (class five)
731 Children received primary school education (class 6)
272 Children received Secondary School Certificate ordinary Level
92 Sun Children are getting support for Higher School Certificate Advanced level Certificate
27 Schools under sponsorship support
10726 students in supported schools are getting support through- computer training, library, and inter school competition.
1292 Families have received income-generating activity support
787 Youth volunteers have been trained
351 Adolescent girls have been trained
70,900+ eye screenings conducted
6,100+ eye surgeries performed
14,900+ eyeglasses provided
...How can I recognize online fraud?
Our organization acknowledges that there has been an increase in websites and emails imitating CharityHopeFoundation.
Offers of employment or job openings with requests for payment of fees are fraudulent. The scammers' request for the payment of fees may come only after you have accepted the fraudulent offer. CharityHopeFoundation does not charge an application fee or any other fee at any stage of the recruitment process. Any requests for such payment or information should be refused. If you have already sent money, then you should report this to your local law enforcement authorities for appropriate action.
CharityHopeFoundation adheres to Internet industry standards and best practices when it comes to ensuring your online giving is safe and secure. Unfortunately, online fraud and scams have become more frequent.
If you suspect someone has contacted you fraudulently representing UNICEF, please be aware of the following:
CharityHopeFoundation never solicits funds to be sent via Western Union.
CharityHopeFoundation never strands its employees overseas, and never expects them to pay their own transportation expenses.
CharityHopeFoundation never fails to respond to the needs of an employee who is sick or injured.
CharityHopeFoundation never pays for employee vacations, and does not handle travel arrangements via third party payments.
CharityHopeFoundation never solicits representatives to accept donations with the promise of a commission.
CharityHopeFoundation never solicits individuals to forward donated merchandise overseas.
CharityHopeFoundation never participates in lottery awards.
The above text stolen from https://www.unicefusa.org/about/faq
charityhopefoundation.org website was setup by the same Cameroon scammer responsible for canadianjobagency.com (Fake Immigration Scam)
Domain Name: charityhopefoundation.org
Registrar URL: http://www.namesilo.com
Updated Date: 2022-11-16T13:10:44Z
Creation Date: 2022-11-11T13:09:44Z
Registry Expiry Date: 2023-11-11T13:09:44Z
Registrar: Namesilo, LLC
charityhopefoundation.org IN SOA
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Cameroon Scammer)