Fitchburg Chick Starts $2,000 GoFundMe To Travel To Oregon Because A Mystery Ratchet With No Insurance Totaled Her Car In Boston
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Here’s your GoFundMe scam of the week out of the great city of Fitchburg, from a woman named Makaya Sands:
Oh look, another Fitchburg broad begging for other people to bring her to a remote location far away. At least that other chick offered to finance her trip with blunts to the dome. This one’s offering nothing.
So let me get this straight. This chick is a photographer, trying to go “home” to Oregon. The only problem with that is that home is Fitchburg, and she only graduated from Fitchburg High School in 2013. Nevertheless her car was totaled in Boston, by some chick who conveniently had no insurance. Now, I’m not an insurance adjuster, but I’m pretty sure when you get a plan from JJM Insurance they hook you up for situations like this so you don’t get stiffed when some chowdercock with no insurance smashes into you.
So how much money you trying to raise Makayla?
Oh good, $2,000. And she needs this money to “take the train and travel home by foot with my younger sister across the country side.” Wait……what? Which one is it? Are you taking the $2,000 Amtrack express, or hoofing it down the Oregon Trail? Better make sure you and your sister don’t get dysentery or else you’re not gonna be able to afford that wagon axle you just broke trying to ford the Snake River.
Which way you guys going?
Yup, that makes sense. Might as well drive through Canada on your way to Oregon. Seems like an efficient way to go while you’re backpacking/riding a train to Oregon.
Gotta love the picture she shared of the accident:
Yup, her story checks out. Those cars are fucked. I’m sure that’s her vehicle and not something she just found on Google images too. Definitely.
Anyway, safe to say that Makayla here has some sort of scam going on. Not quite sure what it could be since she apparently doesn’t have much of a digital footprint. But the fact of the matter is that if you give this broad any money, it ain’t gonna be for an Amtrack ticket to Oregon. Then again, if you can’t trust a face like this:
Then who can ya trust?
P.S. Don’t worry, she has plenty of money for concert tickets though:
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