"Let's help those who help"? Who has Steven Frischling ever helped? Did he help the people who sued him for fraud (and won) get their wedding day photographs?
The page has a photo of a fire and says "A couple of public safety officers had their own home damaged by a 2 alarm fire." Note there are NO details whatsoever about who, when and where this occurred.
The GoFundMe page in fact was set up in May by Sean Roebuck from Henderson, Nevada, who works in billing at a county airport department and faps nonstop to Frischling's fake adventures. Who knows what sad story was there to get people to donate $2,395 to someone who pleads guilty to forgery and larceny, and owes money to people who sued him and won judgements.
Feeding the hungry? When does it look like Fish went without a meal? Sheep and Bozo are his pets apparently. You can buy a lot of pet food with $5,000.
24 people gave money, some who may not have known the recipient was Frischling. Why would a social media expert whose clients include the world's top airlines be so incredibly broke he can't even buy food?
Do you think the people whose home was actually damaged in the fire would like to know their misfortune is being used to go to benefit someone like Steven E. Frischling? That's a real photo of a real house on fire. Check out this article from local newspaper ''The Day'' and look at the photo credit. Oh what a coincidence, photos by Steven Frischling. Frischling also posted a few photos from this fire on his Instagram. He even captions it as a "2 alarm" fire. Look familiar?
What do you think the homeowners would think of that? They have set up a fundraiser of their own! They really are people who help people. Please donate to them if you can: https://www.youcaring.com/lou-and-heather-racicot-419023
Frischling photographed someone's house on fire, then took the picture and their story and put it on his fundraiser, to benefit himself. It seems likely Frischling felt he deserved more money and thought the "two public safety officers" story would help people open up their wallets.
It is against the policy of GoFundMe to include fraudulent information in a campaign.
Frischling then held a pity party on Twitter over the demise of his scheme.
Why would you have to take it down if it's a legitimate fundraiser? It was taken down within minutes of this blog going up. Why would you have to find "another way to do that" if this one was honest?