Yes there will be "charity" scammers in regards to the CT shootings.
What about those doing political or religious scams?
(And those scammers are already hard at work!)
Scammers may be looking to cash in on the public's generosity following the Sandy Hook massacre, the Better Business Bureau warned.
"It is a challenge to be on guard because public sympathy and emotions are running high," said Bennett Weiner, chief operating officer of the BBB Wise Giving Alliance, a group that helps charitable donors make informed decisions.
Weiner said it's difficult for scams to be detected in the first week following every national tragedy, however he suspects unscrupulous people are already out there, eager to cash in on the massacre.