Troofers & Charity Scams

Seen our smoothie pic? Seen what it says underneath? Have you clicked on it?

Running a blogging site is free. Looking stuff on the internet is free. Sharing it with you is free. We at Hoaxtead Research will never ask you for donations.

However, many in the alternative media, truth movement and Hoaxtead “community” don’t see it that way. Belinda McKenzie, Christine Sands, Danielle la Verite, Chris Spivey, Bronwyn Llewellyn, Jacqui Farmer, Abrascam Christie and Ella Draper are all rather partial to passing round the begging bowls. Think about that the next time you ask yourself why they’re so passionate to promote their false flags, alien conspiracies and fictitious satanic panic hoaxes. It’s worked in America, so why can’t it work here? Right?

Now back to that smoothie. Check out the one on Jacqui Farmer’s Hampstead Research site for comparison purposes:

Unlike us, she isn’t offering to buy you a smoothie (and seriously, if I ever do meet any of you hoax-busting geniuses in real life, the drinks are on me). No, she is asking you to buy her one. If you click on it, up pops the Pay Pal page!

Oh but before you dip into your pockets, remember three things:

1. Hampstead Research is not a registered charity.

Check it out:

2. If you pay Jacqui money, she will have your name. She is dangerous and I would not recommend that.

3. It’s your money. You earned it. She didn’t. Use it to buy yourself a smoothie instead.

To find out more about charity scams in the truth movement, check out this fascinating blog, sent in by a member of our financial advisory team:

And this is an old favourite of mine and the Scouse feller presenting it is a hoot:

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