SALEM Officials are warning people to not fall victim to potential scams related to the Boston bombing attacks.
The New York Daily News reported more than 20 websites were registered Monday, with domain names like bostonexplosion.com, bostonmarathonvictimfund.com, and bostonrelief2013.com.
West Palm Beach NBC affiliate WPTV reported a fake Twitter account asking for retweets was suspended. 'Donations for the Boston Explosion,' was also a scam, according to Blue Alert, the station reported.
Oregon Department of Justice officials said you can search theironline database at www.oregonconsumer.gov or by calling 971-673-1880.
You can also visit www.guidestar.org, a national clearinghouse of information about charities and their performance.