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Tulsa Better Business Bureau: How To Spot Charity Scams

There are 5 comments on the NewsOn6 Tulsa story from Jul 20, 2018, titled Tulsa Better Business Bureau: How To Spot Charity Scams. In it, NewsOn6 Tulsa reports that:

A Tulsa man was charged with running a charity for veterans but pocketing the money. So how do you make sure you're donating to a reputable charity? The Facebook Page for the American Oklahoma Veterans of Green Country says the organization, has a five star review.

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fockoffokla

Phoenix, AZ

#1 Jul 20, 2018
You can usually spot them by the stalking and extortion rackets they operate. Of course, no one would expect an Okie to recognize them as they keep their heads up their anus and are more into causes that benefit them and make them look larger than life.

One sign would be finding a stuffed animal in you house. Another would depend on how much they want to spend on the charity. If they are willing to drive 500 miles and threaten a relative, they are hoping for positive rewards of some type. If they enlist the help of a serial killing telephone repairman, they are hoping to make lots of money off it. If they go so far as to cyber stalk and leave objects whereever you may be and those objects should be considered clues as to what type of cause they are promoting. If they wear a ski mask and meet you at an Interstate offramp after first blocking that off ramp with a friends car that was supposed to be in the shop, they may want you to contrubute something like internal organs, your vehicle, your wallet, etc.

If they go so far as to monitor not only you but neighbors comings and goings and leave clues, it's safe to assume it's predominately for charities that they can get the largest team members in on.

Hep the little children has always been a big seller in Oklahoma as they pretend what they do actually helps anyone. Psychiatry has always been a dream of those that opted out of becoming preachers where they can give themselves special powers and thoughtful insight. You don't have to contribute monetarily, you just have to be evaluated when you don't conform to their societal norms of non-stop squalling about the bombing, special promotions and superhero parties for the military, and let federal agents run the show in the workplace when they can't seem to run anything else other than their mouth.

But, like vhr850 said years ago: The BBB is a joke.(and it was, I'm sure)

If it weren't for your constant illegal Mexican hauling crap, you wouldn't be able to expand your federal agents program as it stands. All you'd be doing is setting up people who are already mentally ill and getting others to pat you on the back for it.

Thank god you've got that hep the lil animals thing going. It is a distraction from the daily abuse many suffer at the hands of your general population who still believe in the Illuminati, 1st and 2nd amendment rights when used in the commission of a crime and all the other stuff you do to terrorize average citizens into saying YOU ARE THE BEST!
comicconartists

Phoenix, AZ

#2 Jul 20, 2018
The way you people keep banging the dog drum, another scam would be calling out the animal control and falsely reporting dogs gone when they've hauled a truck in, placed 6 license plates on it and waited for the control officer to show up.

Yes, MWC doesn't have much in the way of a police force, but the animal control officer was a friend of mine. Too bad serial killer profiler.
comicconartists

Phoenix, AZ

#3 Jul 20, 2018
Fortunately, I captured some footage of them hauling the truck back through in front of my house on a tandem trailer-like the ones they use to block streets off with-and the same truck throwing screws in my driveway. Not the truck, but the passenger in the truck.
foucku

Phoenix, AZ

#4 Jul 20, 2018
The only thing you should ever give an Okie is the finger!

They stalk and destroy people's lives and run full tilt extortion rackets off their causes and fake charities.
Hotshot

Norman, OK

#5 Jul 23, 2018
foucku wrote:
The only thing you should ever give an Okie is the finger!
well if you have the guts give an Okie the finger next time. something in the likes of .....u gotta problem okie... or what’s up red neck ? if the Okie nods you’re cool.....if he doesn't well, hope he's not strapped up. but if he is.....tell him to man up mano a mano....and then try not to get your finger shoved up your ass.

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