For several weeks, many people have informed us that a group of individuals has impersonated saigonchildren on social media. However, we have discovered that these activities go far beyond the creation of fake Facebook pages.
The scammers offer various enticing schemes with the aim of defrauding users of their assets. For instance, they run ads to recruit volunteers, play on the emotions of members by falsely ensuring that their “investments” will have high returns and will support charitable purposes. They even use forged stamps and signatures for fake documents to build trust with concerned individuals. To date, we have had people reported to us losses of over 1 billion VND.
Upon receiving this information, saigonchildren has gathered relevant evidence and report to the police as well as the media for investigation purposes.
We urge our readers to be extremely vigilant against these professional fraudulent activities. If you spot any suspicious social media pages, please report them to Facebook and notify saigonchildren as soon as possible. Furthermore, please share this warning post widely with your networks to be cautious and avoid falling into the trap of trickery activities.
Please keep in mind that:
Saigon Children’s Charity CIO is the official name of the organisation, which can be abbreviated as saigonchildren.
Recruitment information will always be posted on our official Facebook page, which is this one with the blue check, and the website www.saigonchildren.com
We do not use personal bank accounts for receiving any payment and transfer.
We do not recruit a large number of volunteers and never require them to pay or invest in the organisation for profit.
Our official presence on the Internet: