I really wanted to help the poor, so I emailed an organization, telling them about myself and how I want to be part of their group and help them. They responded, telling me that they would like me to be the co-ordinator and representative of that organization in Canada. I was pretty surprised that just by my one email telling them about me, they suddenly want me to be the co-ordinator and representative. But I didn't make a big deal of it because I didn't realize that they could be a scam. I told a few friends and I told my sister. I showed her the website, and she said it looks like a scam, espacially since they want me to be the co-ordinator when I didn't even send in a resume or anything. I basically told them how im 19, live in Canada, and going to an art school but in much longer paragraphs. The website is called SAVE The Poor International. Please check it out and let me know what you think
do you think it's a scam? I easily trust people so that's why it's hard for me to figure out what to do.. I haven't responded them after what my sister told me
- Yea, it's definitely a scamVote A
- No, it's definitely not a scamVote B
- I Think it's a scamVote C
- I don't Think it's a scamVote D
- I'm not sure..Vote E
- check resultsVote F
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In a quick search I found nothing speaking against it.
Save the Poor International (SPI)
(Unverified non-profit organisation)
Save the Poor International (SPI) is a Ghanaian NGO that focuses its activities on health, education, the welfare of orphans, street children and persons with disabilities. The organisation also organizes voluntary programmes, international youth exchange programmes, information technology and community computer literacy projects and rural development projects. The organisation would like to partner with shipping companies who can help to transport containers to Africa.