I’ve seen a couple truly ridiculous gofundme pages set up over the past couple of months and I was just wondering if I am alone in this? What’s the craziest thing you’ve seen a gofundme page set up for
You want me to give you money for what?!
One link on news: watch the video please, you will understand even more about what this article is about, causes.http://abcnews.go.com/2020/story?id=2791537
I’m all about helping people out when it comes to unforeseen medical expenses, natural disasters, etc. But asking for money to help with your family vacation, divorce or immigration fees? Come on now! Let alone money for your new house?
There are some gofundme sites, that I will support similar to ones like these ones with life threatening issues or needs.
Personally, I feel if you need money you need to prioritize, budget and/or earn the money – not beg for it. I don’t even like when the kids stand outside the grocery store asking for donations for band or sports trips. If you need to raise money, hold a car wash or a bake sale! Do SOMETHING to earn it!
So, what are your thoughts?!
In a recent article inside the paranormal Herald, we saw a woman who claims she is Ami Bruni’s best friend? we also found out about her outrageous Gofundme site, where she was asking for ten(10) thousand dollars to buy herself a new home.The woman in question was Andrea Beaupre
Website, where gofundme frauds have been revealed.https://www.facebook.com/GoFundMeGoFraudMe
We have seen some seriously weird and disturbing gofundme sites such as this one.” Where a guy who self proclaims he is the new masiah and calls himself Lord Rick Rowe. Lord Rick posted to a gofundme site he wanted money, so he could buy his family a new house or , what he stated was a historic building, so he could use it to make more money inside his supposed ghost hunting business. He never had. And as a kick he even stated his family could live there and take care of the place. All we as a donation service had to do, was send over the said cash. Over 300,000 dollars he was asking the paranormal public
This Woman Started a GoFundMe Page For One Of The Worst Reasons Possible:Her GoFundMe page, originally titled “Stop Bailey From Breeding Fund,” has been met with tremendous controversy, forcing the site to remove the page for some time. According to Vice, the page reads: “Bailey is currently unemployed, completely broke, in debt, and in no position to hold down a job due to severe symptoms of a rough, unplanned and unexpected pregnancy.” Bailey also says she recently moved to Chicago from Phoenix and just really doesn’t “want to become a mom.”
At least GoFundMe had the sense to take this page down, so this campaign doesn’t exist anymore. There are many things wrong with this story and it’s a very sad testament to how far our culture has sunk.
End of civilised society?
While some see personal-desire crowdfunding requests as a sign of the demise of civilised society, Ethan Mollick, a professor of management at the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School, said this, too, shall pass. In time, a consensus will develop about what’s appropriate.
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