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Grant Scams & Fraudulent Activity
Baware of fraudulent offers, scams, and phishing attempts being advertised online and through various channels. These scams may impersonate our organization to extract money or personal information from unsuspecting victims. It’s important to be vigilant and informed about such deceptive activities.
- Impersonation: Fraudulent parties may impersonate our organization or key figures within the company to deceive targets.
- Personal Information Requests: Scammers may request personal information like home address, telephone numbers, credit card details, and bank account numbers, often posing as offering cash grants or donations.
Important Note: The Budgit Foundation does not and will not solicit money or personal information in this manner. If you receive such a message, please be advised that it is fraudulent. Our organization is in no way associated with nor responsible for these deceptive messages that misrepresent us.
What to Do:
- Stay Cautious: Be vigilant and question any unsolicited offers or requests for personal information.
- Report Suspicious Activity: If you believe you’ve been a target of fraudulent activity impersonating The Budgit Foundation, please contact us immediately at
- Learn More: For legitimate grant opportunities and our grant-making process, please visit our official website at https://budgit.org
Your safety and security are a top priority for us. Be cautious and trust only official channels when dealing with The Budgit Foundation.