Man misled public with 'children's cancer charity' buckets - netting £

Man misled public with 'children's cancer charity' buckets - netting £300k for his business - Bristol Post

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Man misled public with 'children's cancer charity' buckets - netting £300k for his business  Bristol Post

A man netted £300,000 for his own business by misleading people into putting money into "charity" buckets. Tyler Parton operated leaflet businesses under various names, including Children's Cancer Support. The 32-year-old paid charities to use their logos and charity numbers, and then hired people to sell leaflets across the country. Those workers, as well as Parton himself, would carry collection buckets with them, and encouraged people to throw in their cash. Man arrested in Europe on suspicion of murdering Bristol man But instead of the money going to charity, Parton's own operation is ...


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