Thursday, September 12, 2013

Culver City Police Community Message: Potential Fundraising Scam



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Thursday September 12, 2013, 9:28 AM

Culver City Police Department

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Hi Bel-Air Association,
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Recently, several Culver City residents have contacted the police department to report that they believe they may have been scammed by an organization that claims to be collecting donations on behalf of the police department.  The organization is called, “Police Expo.”  These residents received a telephone call from this organization soliciting donations for an event that is said to be benefiting the police department.

The Culver City Police Department is in no way affiliated with the Police Expo group.  Residents are encouraged to use their best judgment when considering donating to this event.    

Any questions should be directed to Lieutenant Jason Sims (310) 253-6258.
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