Fraud Alert

Last updated: 10/30/2013

Several fraudulent solicitations claiming to be from or associated with the Clinton Foundation are circulating the internet in various languages. Some of these scams include:

  • Any correspondence from President Clinton, Secretary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, or their “assistants” via LinkedIn, Facebook, or any other social media. All scheduling requests should be submitted here: http://www.clintonfoundation.org/about/contact-us/scheduling-request-form.
  • Emails announcing recipient's selection for an internet raffle or donation prize from the "United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC)" in collaboration with the Nelson Mandela Foundation and Clinton Foundation.
  • Communication from anyone at the domain name billclintonfoundation.tk, including fred.peterson@billclintonfoundation.tk and president@billclintonfoundation.tk. This domain name is in no way associated with the Clinton Foundation.
  • Communication from an individual using the domain name presidency.com, billclintonfoundation.org, billclintonfoundations.org, or williamjclintonfoundations.org. These domain names and individuals are in no way affiliated with President Clinton or the Clinton Foundation and all communications from them regarding President Clinton are fraudulent.
  • Emails regarding a World Congress on Human Trafficking, Prostitution and Sex Work claiming that the Clinton Foundation is a conference sponsor.
  • Emails inviting attendees to the launch of a Bill Clinton Foundation for Peace (BCFP) Campaign in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
  • Emails from an individual or individuals misrepresenting themselves as agents of a "Bill and Hillary Clinton Lottery" and promising award money to recipient.

Please be advised, ALL SUCH SOLICITATIONS ARE FRAUDULENT AND IN NO WAY CONNECTED TO OR AFFILIATED WITH THE WORK OF THE CLINTON FOUNDATION. We are taking steps to address these matters. Positions with the Clinton Foundation and information about Clinton Foundation events are posted exclusively on our website.

Furthermore, the Clinton Foundation does not conduct lotteries or award money to individuals or organizations. If you have questions about an event or an email solicitation you receive, please contact us.

If you believe you have been a victim of this fraud, please submit details of your experience, along with any emails or other information you have received in connection with this matter, by clicking here.