Crowdfunding: Abusing the Kindness of Strangers

Crowdfunding: Abusing the Kindness of Strangers

Last year a homeless veteran helped a stranded motorist on I-95 in Philadelphia, by spending his last $20 on a can of fuel for her car. Kate McClure was so grateful, she worked to help Johnny Bobbitt – first with some food, clothing, and spare change, and then with a crowdfunding campaign on GoFundMe that raised more than $400,000 for the homeless drug addict. The kindness of strangers helped launch the modest campaign to give Bobbitt a fresh start, far surpassing the initial $10,000 goal. And that’s where things went wrong.

Fools And Money: Peter Strzok Is Raking In Cash Via GoFundMe

Fools And Money: Peter Strzok Is Raking In Cash Via GoFundMe

“A fool and his money are soon parted” must be the informal motto of GoFundMe, the website that allows regular people to “crowdfund” – meaning fundraise off…

Trump Tweets Are Big Money For Twitter [VIDEO]

Trump Tweets Are Big Money For Twitter [VIDEO]

I think it is safe to say that a majority of Americans would prefer it if President Trump would put the Twitter down and back away. In…

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