A FIRM which sells clothing donations to line its own pockets rather than for charity is at it again.
Homes in Huddersfield have received leaflets from Orellana saying collections will be made to help the third world.
However, Orellana is not a registered charity and has also been struck off the register at Companies House for failing to provide details.
Its workers have left leaflets at homes in parts of Huddersfield including Salendine Nook and Dalton asking residents to leave items in bags.
The leaflet, covered in pictures of clothes and shoes, asks homeowners to leave blankets, sheets, shoes, towels and perfume out for collection.
It asks for items to be put in plastic bags with the leaflet stuck to the bag.
The only contact detail is a Hotmail e-mail address.
Catherine Hirst, of Heathergrove Fold, Dalton, received one of the leaflets. She said: "It's very misleading and I can see how people fall for it.
"It's not a very nice thing for them to do, especially at this time of the year when people want to show goodwill to others."
Orellana claims it is a collection company which provides people in third world countries with clothes their families can afford. It also says it provides jobs for people in third world countries who sort and distribute the clothes.
An Examiner investigation in October found clothes are being sold on across eastern Europe with no evidence the profits reach the third world.
One Dalton man who had one of the latest leaflets through the door said: "I remembered their name from the Examiner report and certainly won't be giving them anything, but there may be plenty who are caught out."
A spokeswoman at the Charity Commission said: "It is all in the wording, these companies do not actually say they are a charity, so they are in a grey area really. People should be on their guard against rag traders who give the impression of charity in their leaflets."