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Scam Watch - on SANParks website, take a look!

Unread postby DinkyBird » Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:05 pm

Lesego wrote:Scam Watch

"It has come to our attention that a lot of people have been jumping on the rhino poaching and anti-poaching bandwagon for various reasons, of which the one we are concerned with in this page is the criminal intent. There are individuals and syndicates which have tried to exploit the current heightened awareness around rhinos to either try to create illegal fundraising schemes or to sell bogus rhino horns to unsuspecting and gullible people with possibly criminal tendencies themselves. This page is aimed at warning the honest member of the public from possibly being duped into parting with their well-earned income in a bogus scheme to extort money from them." - Dr David Mabunda, CEO, South African National Parks

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Re: Scam Watch - on SANParks website, take a look!

Unread postby DinkyBird » Wed Jan 30, 2013 7:52 pm

Please note this forum is NOT the place to report, nor ask if certain bodies are 'OK'!!

Please read the link - there are clear numbers and contact details given:

Please report or forward any information you have to the following areas:

South African National Parks (SANParks):

Mario Scholtz on 27 (012) 4265018, mario.scholtz@sanparks.org

Kobus de Wet on 27 (013) 7355109, kobus.dewet@sanparks.org

CRIMESTOP: 08600 1011

CRIMELINE: 32211 (SMS Line)

I want to thank all those who have made a positive contribution in the fight against rhino poaching and wish you unending strength and enthusiasm in helping us and South Africa to fight against the decimation of our beautiful wildlife.


Yours in the fight against poaching,
Dr David Mabunda (PHD)
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