$1M Charity Check
Oprah gives more
money to charity
than anyone else
Okay, sure, on her show one time, Oprah Winfrey gave away some cars. Another time she gave away $1,000 to each of her audience members, but they had to donate the money to charities of their choice. Oprah's a well-known billionaire who gives away millions of dollars every year, but ordinarily not to individual people. This practice is known as philanthropy.

In order to "qualify" for David Moore's little million dollar "Oprah" scam, you need to fill out an "application." If you request details about his initial e-mail, and he sends it to you, there will still not be anything mentioned about the $285 "application fee." That part only comes at the bottom of the app.

Of course, if you send the money, you will never see the million, and your "fee" will be gone, too. This isn't the only scam that "David" has tried to pull, either, because the phone number is still the same in the others. Someone will catch up with him sooner or later. This entry is located here, in the upper right hand corner, and there are also four charity scam videos here. Please follow me on Twitter @inscamerated. Thank You!

 


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