On crowdfunding sites like Go Fund Me people are able to donate to campaigns they feel strongly about. From helping fund cancer treatment to paying legal fees, the people asking for donations are under no legal obligation to follow through with their proposed plans. For example, Israel Folau is attempting to receive 3 million dollars from the public for legal fees, however if he decides to use the money for something else, he can. Should there be tighter restrictions on what counts as a worthy cause? Should crowd funding sites be kept for the truly needy, like helping to pay for specialist medical treatment? What do you think LiveTribers?
Posted by on 24 Jun 2019