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Avoid Fraud: Beware of Online Employment Offers on Behalf of UNICEF

2011-04-11

 It has come to our attention that a number of our supporters have received scam emails inviting them to work as "Donation Officers" on behalf of UNICEF. UNICEF is deeply concerned about the fraudulent use of our name and logo by unethical individuals who deliberately abuse the trust of UNICEF supporters worldwide.

Please note that all of UNICEF Canada's available positions can be viewed online on our careers page. Any communication that comes from a source other than our website or Human Resources team does not represent the interests of UNICEF Canada.

Here are some suggestions on how you can protect yourself from fraudulent acts online.

For further information:

Stefanie Carmichael, Communications Specialist, (416) 482-6552 ext. 8866; Cell: (647) 500-4230, scarmichael@unicef.ca.
Tiffany Baggetta, Director, Communications and Brand, (416) 482-6552 ext. 8892; Cell: (647) 308-4806, tbaggetta@unicef.ca.