Updated news from Mr Jay Garcia:
SillyDog701 is thrilled to learn our good friend Mr Jay Garcia
is safe and his house is completely undamaged in the Hurricane Katrina event.
This whole thread was mainly about our deepest concern about Mr Garcia's safety.
One member of SillyDog701 informed me about Mr Jay Garcia's response about my recommendation on donating method.
However, it seems to me, our good friend is not so open minded, he read no where but only my recommendation to users who wish to donate to donate money directly to registered charities. I made no accusations to Mr Garcia at all.
I still stand correct on my recommendation.
Mr Garcia doth protest too much, methinks.
(Jay Garcia's email address is removed to help Jay Garcia not being spammed.)
JayGarcia wrote:We received over $5000 for the Sunami victims for instance for which I provided matching funds in the name of The UFAQ.
And as in the past, my books are open to anyone who makes a donation. In light of Antony's incredible nonsense I am withdrawing the PayPal route and I am asking users that wish to donate cash to please email me for instructions to ***@*********.***
I believe Mr Jay Garcia meant to say "Tsunami". and it was true that Mr Jay Garcia did make a plea that encourages people to click his advertisement, he never stated the exact income he generated and he never stated the reference of his donation. In fact, what Mr Garcia breached the agreement by asking people to click his Google Ads. Please note, what Mr Jay Garcia used with his Google Ads income is purely up to him, but asking/begging people to click advertisements (in any manner) is completely unethical and against
the agreement with advertising agent.
It is good to know that Mr Garcia is now withdrawing his PayPay funnelling. For everybody who has PayPal account, there are ways to donate money to registered charities directly
For any relief donation, it would be everybody's interests to ensure that all the money is donated to the registered charities directly and get yourself tax credit for your hard earned money
. Donation is not gambling, by donating directly to registered charities, there's no need to worry about if the money would actually be distributed to the ones who needed most.
Again, SillyDog701 is thrilled to learn our good friend Mr Jay Garcia
and his house are safe and well in the Hurricane Katrina event.
SillyDog701 would also like to urge everybody who wish to donate, please donate your hard-earned money directly to the registered charities, and making sure those who needed the most get the support.
SillyDog701 also wishes all victims can have their lives back to normal.
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