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Reporting Scams

We are currently unaware of any fake websites, scams or impersonators.

If you doubt the authenticity of any type of correspondence claiming to originate from the Ojah Scholarship Foundation, please email info@ojascholarships.org. This alerts the foundation to the potential scam and allows for it to be investigated and remediated, if necessary. Please note: due to the volume of inquiries we may receive, we may not respond to every request.

The foundation is aware of a number of foundations with similar names operating on platforms including, but not limited to: email, social media sites, and telephone, they do not claim to be from, or associated with, the Ojah Scholarship Foundation. They are similar in business name only.

Unfortunately, scams claiming to be from or associated with several foundations are growing in volume and, in many cases, can be quite sophisticated. Our security team is working with law enforcement to make every effort to stop such scams, but unfortunately, we cannot stop them all.

Please be advised that the Ojah Scholarship Foundation, grantees, or partner organizations do not;

  • Request administrative fees for awarding a grant. The foundation's grant-making procedure will be put out publicly when it is time.

  • Host internet lotteries or offer prizes of any kind through email, postal mail, telephone, fax, or in person

  • Request registration fees for conferences or summits

  • Request information about bank accounts or other private information

  • Have memberships or request fees for memberships

  • Approach individuals in person offering grant/beneficiary opportunities                     

  • Solicit donations as at this time*

  • Offer investment opportunities

 

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