The families in the Connecticut school shooting are grieving the worst possible loss... their children. Now the family of 6-year-old Noah Pozner says scammers are trying to make money off their son's death, collecting donations online while posing as relatives.
The parents of Noah Pozner laid their son to rest this week. The grief was still raw when, Noah's uncle said, a scammer victimized them again.
"I'm disgusted by it," Alexis Haller said. "I think it's disgusting behavior."
Within an hour of the shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary, a woman posing as Noah's aunt took to Facebook: "All we know is 18 kids have been killed...still no word on my nephew."
Then, days later, she went after money. "We've set up a funeral fund for my brother...." she posted. "Anyone willing to make a donation can make one...."
Through her personal PayPal account, that is. She even gave out her bank account information and routing number.
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