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There has been a outpouring of goodwill and charitable actions toward the people of Boston and those affected by Monday's heinous terrorist attack. Unfortunately, not all good gestures make their way into the right hands. The IRS is already warning
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Donors have flooded crowdfunding campaigns set up for individual victims of Monday's bombings at the Boston Marathon, raising more than $1 million in a matter of days. A handful of efforts led by some victims' close friends and family members have
A blond, bespectacled girl with a serious expression and a red T-shirt chugs along a street in runner's togs and bib in a photo shared thousands of times on social media soon after the Boston Marathon explosions. The image, in some versions, is
Department of State press secretary Ron Ruman said that usually makes investigators take notice. "When people buy those domain names, one of the reasons they would do that is to use it as a scam setup to solicit donations from people," he said. None
Emotions run high after national tragedies, such as the Boston Marathon bombing, and while most of the people feel the urge to act and help, there are also those who think of making a profit instead. Legitimate charities’ efforts are
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What is private gifting? Private gifting is a concept embraced by private groups of individuals and has been in existence for many years. This private activity does not involve network marketing, multi-level
November 10, 2012 Chinese netizens post and comment on the U.S. election. They rejected the idea that the election had been costly, relative to its value. (Weibo.com) Beijing Evening News, a state-owned media, reported that the Obama-Romney U.S.
Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony donated the maximum $5,000 to President Barack Obama's campaign. According to a report by HoopsHype.com, each candidate has received donations from a plethora of NBA team owners, team officials and a handful of players.