A charity has warned people to be aware of a fraudulent page which claimed to be raising money in memory of Brian O'Callaghan-Westropp who died in the Greek wildfires.
Blood Bikes East, a charity which provides a free medical transport service between hospitals in Dublin, warned that the fake page was not set up by them, as was claimed.
They said they first became aware of the page yesterday and it has since been taken down. It has also been reported to the An Garda Síochána fraud office.
Mr O'Callaghan-Westropp was a volunteer for the group before he was caught up in the wildfire which swept across the Greek town on Mati while he was there on his honeymoon.
His wife Zoe Holohan remains in hospital with burn injuries.
Mr O'Callaghan-Westropp's mother travelled to Greece yesterday to begin efforts to repatriate his body.
A genuine fundraising page was set up today by his former classmates at the National College of Ireland.
Mr O'Callaghan-Westropp was due to complete the final year of his MBA.
His friends paid tribute to the "amazing", "natural leader", whose "enthusiasm, passion and zest for life were infectious".
Thye said: "It is incredible to think that Brian was completing his second consecutive Master's course whilst volunteering, fundraising and planning his wedding to his beloved Zoe. His focus and drive were inspirational to all whom he encountered.
The page aims to raise €5,000 for Zoe and his family, as has reached almost half its target in just a few hours today.
Anyone wishing to donate can visit the page here.