- For five days a sector-wide social media campaign was run to remind charities about the risks of fraud. The week concluded with the second national charity fraud conference which was held in London on Friday 28 October. Throughout the week we asked: Do you use the F-word? and encouraged charities to start a conversation about fraud.
- In the lead up to the week we issued a few tweets to get people interested and talking.
- — ICAEW Talk (@ICAEW_talk)Mon, Oct 17 2016 14:44:28So @Fraud_Panel want you to use the F-word and not feel bad about it. Watch this space and follow #CharityFraud... https://twitter.com/Fraud_Panel/status/787960243284213764 …
- — Midlands Fraud Forum (@MFF_Forum)Wed, Oct 19 2016 08:41:50If you know a #charity make them aware of #charityfraud week and get them involved https://twitter.com/GetSafeOnline/status/788634055126487040 …
- — Small Charities Cltn (@sccoalition)Wed, Oct 19 2016 13:35:23
- Once Charity Fraud Awareness Week began we tweeted a series of common scams and practical prevention tips. Here are some of our key messages.
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Mon, Oct 24 2016 12:02:15Do you publish your bank account details on your website? This info can be used by fraudsters to set up fake direct debits #CharityFraud
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Tue, Oct 25 2016 16:02:36Tip: Never give anyone your full bank login details by email or over the phone. Don't allow staff to share passwords #CharityFraud
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Wed, Oct 26 2016 15:02:45Tip: Independently verify 'change of account' requests and tell suppliers when you've made payments to them #CharityFraud
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Thu, Oct 27 2016 08:30:43Scam: A fraudster poses as the charity's CEO/CFO by email or telephone and sends bogus payment instructions to staff to act on #CharityFraud
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Thu, Oct 27 2016 15:00:54Tip: Tell staff that urgent payment requests will never be made by the CEO/CFO by email or mobile phone at short notice #CharityFraud
- — Guardian Voluntary (@GdnVoluntary)Thu, Oct 27 2016 12:52:28How can #charities protect their money? Interview with @ChtyCommission's Mike Ashley https://www.theguardian.com/voluntary-sector-network/2016/oct/27/taking-down-fraudsters-how-can-charities-protect-their-money?CMP=share_btn_tw … #CharityFraud
- — Fraud Advisory Panel (@Fraud_Panel)Thu, Oct 27 2016 16:01:14
- — Charity Commission (@ChtyCommission)Fri, Oct 28 2016 14:21:25Reminder - make sure you report serious incidents to us in a timely matter & have your say in our open RSI consultation #CharityFraud
Charity Fraud Awareness Week 2016
#CharityFraud ran from 24 - 28 October 2016 to raise awareness of fraud against charities and to encourage the sector to talk about it. It was led by @Fraud_Panel and @ChtyCommission with many sector participants taking part.
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