Charity Fraud


Charity fraud involves unlawfully appropriating funds obtain through charitable donations.

For example, misleading the public into believing funds are being raised on behalf of a non-existent charity, using identity fraud to obtain money from a charity bank account, running phishing scams, fraudulent fundraising in a charity’s name or internal fraud such as employers keep charitable donations for themselves, misuse of charity credit cards or bank accounts or deliberately claiming inaccurate expenses.

Accusations for charity fraud may include theft, misappropriation of funds or diversion of funds for inappropriate use.

If you have been convicted of charity fraud, our experienced fraud solicitors are here to offer you the expert legal advice you need.

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