GiveSendGo Owner Giving $10 Million USD Back to Freedom Convoy Donors

With Jacob Wells, @GiveSendGo owner, refunding donors, truckers who registered for support will not be getting their money. Sources within the #FreedomConvoy2022, however, say a victory lies in the fact that the Govt now has no claim to the money via lawsuits. #TruckersConvoy

More to come.

19 thoughts on “GiveSendGo Owner Giving $10 Million USD Back to Freedom Convoy Donors”

  1. Truckers expenses for gas, food, and even repairs if the police damaged their vehicles, are all thing we the public wanted to pay for. So what, idiot govt. officials shut the BIG account down (could see that coming) it does not mean participants in the convoy can’t submit receipts one group at a time (with someone doing reasonable checks on them) and we can still pay them out SMALLER sums will be needed, and some measure of transparency.

  2. How about setting up a list of truckers that need help financially, and people can give one on one, direct, so the you know who can’t get their hands on it. Maybe just regular mail, etc.
    Just a thought.

    1. That sounds like a good plan to me, sign me up and who to send it to along with a tip to the organizer for being there for our Country along with all the rest, Thank you many times over truckers and their support HONK HONK. Can they hear you now

    2. Seconded. And if handing over cash is any kind of issue with Big Bro Trudeau & Co., maybe the truckers’ groceries, rent/mortgage payment, and/or gas will “magically” pay for themselves.

    1. The difference between GFM and GSG was that GFM was originally going to take the money, and give it to charities that GFM would authorize, which is blatant theft.
      GSG tried to hold on to the funds for the truckers, but relented only after it became apparent that the truckers will never see those funds.
      Returning the funds to the donors at least assures that the vultures organizing the class action suit will never get those funds.
      The bad news is if the vultures win their law suit, that money will have to come from somewhere, and I’m afraid that the truckers will probably have to pay for their action for the rest of their lives.

      1. GiveSendGo is doing the right thing, because now the jackals are put in the position of fighting for an empty box. The lawsuit’s financial claims are a joke in any case, and you can’t get blood from a stone. The truckers can simply declare bankruptcy if they need to, and then we can use GiveSendGo (or other methods) to get them some money afterwards. Lawfare always works both ways, and the jackals are always too stupid to realize it.

        1. Sounds like a plan to me. I hope it doesn’t get that far though, although I have little faith in the Canadian legal justice system.

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