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What is the extent of Charity scams?

Discussion in 'Law' started by Viraja, Sep 15, 2019.

  1. Viraja

    Viraja Jaya Jagannatha!

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    Hello and Salutes,

    I am an amateur writer. I'm developing a story wherein some people are involved in a charity scam. That is, they are the owners and proprietors of a small charity firm and use this for fraudulent tax evasion and such personal agenda.... against the law.

    Now they happen to become the new neighbors of a wealthy yet lonely elderly woman. Now the scammers try to acquire her property through fraud. First they befriend her. Then they make her oblige to donating her huge real-estate for the charity, but after her death.

    The scammers' idea is to have her murdered after she signs the papers, and acquire the real-estate donated to the charity firm and turn it into their personal property.

    I am not sure if the above plot is technically correct. Should it be possible to acquire the real-estate donation as said above, and turn it into personal property through fraud, in the setting of a charitable firm?

    Many thanks.

    (English is my second language, and sorry, if some of my choice of words is not correct).
     
  2. Viraja

    Viraja Jaya Jagannatha!

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    Oh I forgot to add... I'm not writing a novel. It is just a short story, of about 5000 words, max. Therefore I don't need any elaborate reply, I just want mention of the possibility for fraud as stated in the OP. Nobody wants that many details, as readers of a short story. Thanks.
     
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