PLEASE HELP! YOUR HELP IS URGENTLY NEEDED!
SCARS is the leader in global education against scams and support for scam victims. But as much as we do, we cannot do it without your help!
As you know, we are a registered nonprofit in the State of Florida that supports and educates scam victims worldwide. But victims are too ashamed to openly talk about scams so we have to do it! And you can help!
Your small donation helps us maintain the largest anti-scam publishing activity in the world, and helps SCARS maintain its crime prevention activities. Plus maintain and expand our real professional scam victims’ support programs.
Your donation helps us work with governments around the world, both pressuring them to achieve better, and how to better care for crime victims.
Did you know that SCARS is an official partner of the United States Department of Homeland Security Cybercrime & Infrastructure Security Agency, which distributes SCARS educational materials to police forces throughout the world? SCARS also provides free training to police forces on-demand to assure effective enforcement and protect scam victims’ rights!
Did you know that SCARS has supported more than 7,000,000 (7 million) scam victims since it was founded in 2015. This is more than all other anti-scam advocates and groups combined!
This is who we are. We are making a difference, but we all need more!
Currently, SCARS receives less than 1% of its funding from donations. But we need to do more, and only with your help can we do it!
Just $10 makes a difference. Will you make a difference? Will you help? To donate to SCARS go to donate.AgainstScams.org
We hope you will because the next victim might be your child, your parent, your spouse, or your best friend! You can help return levels to pre-pandemic lows, but it takes work! We are doing the hard work, will you join us?
This newsletter is just one example of our work, but the time and energy come at a cost. Please help us to be more effective.
Our sincerest thank you for your help!
Vianey Gonzalez, Tim McGuinness Ph.D., Debby Montgomery Johnson, and the whole SCARS Board of Directors