An individual called me and asked me to donate money to the police officers support association. I told the individual that I would love to support them and he asked me how much money I could give, I told him I can give him $20. He asked me if I can give my credit card information over the telephone. I had told the individual that I do not give credit card information over the phone that I would have to send them a cashier’ check from the bank. He said OK and that he would send me a statement to my address. The organization did submit to me a statement. I forgot to submit the payment. I received a nother telephone call from the police officers support association and they ask me about my payment, I told them that I did forget about it but I would be sending them a check in the mail. A couple weeks ago I received another call from the police officers support association and asked me about my $20 payment. I told them again that I had forgotten about it and that I would sit in into them as soon as possible. The individual that I spoke to ask me if I had a Walmart giftcard. I asked them how a Walmart gift card Could help their organization. The individual never answered me and he said for me to go ahead and submit my cashiers check to the address with the form that they submit it to me in the mail Box. I became concerned about the 3rd telephone call and the individual one in me to submit money to the so called police officers support association and decided to give the information to the Better Business Bureau. I appreciate your time thank you concerned customer.