[…] The websites I’ve seen so far are very professional with a fairly high amount of graphical content (flash and html versions no less) and a good amount of verbiage designed to make the reader feel upset, guilty, sentimental, or otherwise relieved of a tear or two. Much of the layout and content on one of these fraudulent sites was directly copied directly from a legitimate charities websites with simply a name and a logo changed. These websites are as bad as some of the leaflets that drop through your door, but they cost less, well at least in the short term. […]