Wigtacular Websterite With GoFundMe For Mom Who Had $3K Cash Stolen From Unlocked Car Coincidentally Needs Lawyer Money For DUI
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Here’s your GoFundMe scam of the day out of Webduh:
Just to review:
- His Mom, who is both disabled and on a fixed income, was driving around Christmas shopping and left $3,000 cash in the car that she just withdrew from the bank.
- Knowing that she had $3K in the car she still chose to leave it unlocked in Worcester.
- She brought her debit card into the store, even though she had just gone to the bank to withdraw $3K in cash.
- She came back to the car after being gone only a couple of minutes and found it had been ransacked and her Christmas cash was stolen.
- Despite the fact that it happened outside of a business in Worcester, it was not caught on any video surveillance, which he made sure to point out in the GoFundMe, in case you were going to ask that question.
- His mother has a loving heart, therefore you should give him $3,000.
Here’s what Michael Pizzarella forgot to point out – he was just arrested for a DUI less than two months ago:
And a decent DUI attorney will run you a few grand. What a coincidence!!
Not his only Google trophy…..
Oh look, he likes coke. Never saw that one coming.
Don’t worry though, he’s got plenty of money
Including cash for chains
And a pitbull he refers to as “killa”
Don’t get it twisted though – dude is legitimate businessman.
He even has a LinkedIn page!!
He’s just not gonna help his Mom out with some Christmas cash, despite the obvious enormity of his successes. Instead he’ll Internet panhandle for it. Yup, this story checks out.
We called and looked for a report from that time of day in Worcester but none was made. So we asked him about it…..
And after that question we stopped hearing from him completely. Nothing suspicious about that!
I guess you’ll just have to trust the guy who’s gonna have to shell out a few grand for a DUI attorney and coincidentally has a disabled mother on a fixed budget who had $3,000 cash stolen out of her unlocked car in Worcester. Because he’s “not the type” to run a fraudulent GoFundMe scam like this.
Anyway, this is obviously a huge scam. Just another shithead trying to take advantage of good hearted people at Christmas time by making up a lie about a sympathetic loved one who can bring in the most cash. The thing is that it’s not harmless. The other day someone sent us a GoFundMe about a house fire in Mendon, where a great family lost everything right before the holidays. Normally I’d immediately share a story like that. But instead we had to ask questions and vet it to make sure it was legit. Sucks to live in a world like that because of lugnuts like this.