AG Carr, Gov. Kemp Urge Georgians to Beware of Potential Scams Seeking Donations for Tornado Victims

Attorney General Chris Carr and Governor Brian Kemp are urging Georgia residents to beware of potential scams seeking donations for those impacted by the recent tornadoes.

“We know Georgians want to help those in need but it is important that all citizens remain aware of potential scams when contributing to tornado relief efforts,” said Attorney General Carr. “Scam artists will prey on people’s generosity to commit financial or identity theft. Stay vigilant, be extremely cautious of unsolicited contacts and do your research before donating your hard-earned money.”

“Those impacted by this storm have been on Marty, the girls, and my mind,” said Governor Kemp. “As we are all eager to help support recovery efforts and lend a hand to those in need, Attorney General Carr and I also want Georgians to be mindful of con artists that sometimes try and capitalize on these types of disasters. Please heed the advice below if you are called to give, and let’s make sure that any charitable efforts go to those who were impacted – not scammers.”

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