Police say two men who have been selling charity wristbands in Chesterfield town centre 'appear to be genuine'.
Officers carried out enquiries after a member of the public claimed last week that the men were selling wristbands in aid of a charity which was not believed to be real.
Accusations were also made on social media.
Today, a Derbyshire Constabulary spokesperson told the Derbyshire Times: "Our officers have been investigating and the two people in this incident appear to be genuine, with a permit from the council to collect.
"No criminal offences have been reported at this time or have come to light."