Edmonton Food Bank warns of door-to-door collection fraud

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The Edmonton Food Bank issued a warning on Friday about potential fraudulent door-to-door donation collectors.

In a news release, the Food Bank advised that any approved collectors will never ask for monetary donations at someones door, instead they will only ask for non-perishable food items.

The organization also posts collection events online so Edmontonians can be aware of when these door-to-door collections are taking place.

Tamisan Bencz-Knight, manager of strategic partnerships, said they are not aware of door-to-door fraud under their name this year, but want to protect the public about the potential of fraudulent collection.

Read more at Edmonton Journal

This article is summarized by Canadian Fraud News Inc.