SCAM artists have seized on the recent floods and are taking residents’ money, claiming to be fund-raising for North Wagga Public School. The women have targeted Turvey Park, Lloyd, Bourkelands, Glenfield and Glenoak so far, offering to sell lamingtons and sausage rolls which are to be delivered later. North Wagga Public School principal Brad Griffith is outraged the women are taking advantage of people and tarnishing the name of his school by saying they are from the P&amp;C. “I’ve checked with the P&amp;C and no one is doing it for us, we are not raising any money at the moment,” Mr Griffith said. An unknown number of women are involved in the scam and are doorknocking throughout the day. Victims said they were targeted in the lead-up to Easter and as recently as last week. “(One lady), accompanied by a small child, knocked on my door selling lamingtons for the ‘North Wagga flood appeal’, to be delivered on Easter Saturday,” said one victim. “Whilst I didn’t particularly want the lamingtons I thought it was a good cause and parted with my $12. “The lamingtons failed to appear and now I hear that I was only one of the people of Lloyd that were caught.” Wagga police have urged anyone who doubts the legitimacy of people seeking funds for flood relief to contact the station on 6922 2599. “Unfortunately there are people within the community who do take advantage, but there are also a lot of people doing fund-raising legitimately,” police said.