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Wounded Warrior Project Scam or Legit, the Issue Related to the Question

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Is Wounded Warrior Project Scam or Legit? - To Answer this question, this scams reports blog will try to share our opinion to you. If the testimony is true, we can imagine and answer where the money from the donor will end up is. However, it just comes from the reviews of people and we could not conclude anything before we have the evidence. Since there are so many nonprofit organizations as like wounded warrior project which campaign their goal by online, it is better to be much more selective. Once again, you can conclude and answer the question of wounded warrior project is a scam or not by yourself, it depends on your consideration and point of view.

The online media is the place for anyone to meet their need. We will find various types of things easily and without any effort from online media. Even, we can easily make a donation by online since there are so many website of the nonprofit organization which also can distribute your donation. Thus, we will only transfer to them to help particular parties who are in need, such like for the wounded warriors who also need the help. But then, many of us also could not easily trust the organizations since not all of them are trusted, such like we also can hear the issue about the wounded warrior project scam. We could not say anything since we even have no reference to that, but we can see on some facts and reviews which can be the considerations for us.


Wounded Warrior Project Scam or Legit
He writes for Western Journalism.com and he has summed up what the Wounded Warriors Project really is - See more at: http://govtslaves.info/wounded-warriors-project-fraud-making-millions-disabled-veterans/#sthash.ynJRCAI4.dpuf
He writes for Western Journalism.com and he has summed up what the Wounded Warriors Project really is - See more at: http://govtslaves.info/wounded-warriors-project-fraud-making-millions-disabled-veterans/#sthash.ynJRCAI4.dpuf

Dean Graham
 Dean Graham, a fellow Iraq War veteran and journalist, writes for Western Journalism.com and Dean Graham has summed up what the Wounded Warriors Project really is, here is what he says:

The Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) pays millions of dollars for commercials showing injured service members. Many were forced to sign non-disclosure agreements (why?). I have talked to many Veterans who were promised many things from WWP and did not receive anything in return for the use of their likeness in commercials and print ads.

The commercials do not mention anything WWP does to help the injured service members. Listen closely to the commercials as they parade an injured veteran around like an injured animal. They pay famous actors and musicians to pull on the nation’s heart strings. Fox News takes millions in commercial revenue from WWP, along with A&E and other T.V. networks. I have written to Fox and others begging them to investigate for themselves. I imagine they too are blocked by a non-disclosure agreement.

WWP has many paid board members; this is not legal, according to their own company bylaws. WWP claims that only one board member is compensated. In addition, they have multiple board members and employees who are former Veterans Administration employees, including the former head of the Veterans Administration. This allows the WWP to tap into federal grants that may not otherwise be available. WWP has made sure to hire board members from high places to give credence to their claims. I beg to differ and believe most people will too.

WWP has twelve or more offices in seven states employing thousands of civilian employees and very few former veterans. These employees should be volunteers. Yet every dime they collect for their paycheck is on the back of an actual injured veteran who needs assistance. I called and talked with six different paid civilian employees, and all stated that WWP does not award any type of financial assistance. Injured Veterans do not want to go on trips very often; however, they do need financial assistance while going through their recovery.

WWP uses other non-profits and organizations to provide trips and special events. Why are they not using their own donations? I believe they have so many employees working on collecting donations and soliciting help from other organizations that the actual help to veterans is minimal in comparison to donations.

WWP uses Non-Disclosure agreements with actors and employees to keep them from telling the truth about where the money actually goes. One pilot who used to do Air Shows with them shared this information with me; he said the WWP wanted them to exit the room with donors so they could be in complete control of donations. He refused to sign a non-disclosure agreement because they were taking all the credit for the air shows he and others were performing.

WWP is a for profit business, working under the umbrella of a non-profit. I believe they should be exposed for what they really are; many caring people are duped into donating to WWP, believing their donations will really help injured veterans. No financial donations, no homes built, no material donations; and according to their own website and commercials, it is not clear exactly what they do. I know they help a handful of veterans by showing up at hospitals, throwing their logo on a veteran’s chest, and snapping a picture to look like they are helping wounded warriors.

WWP is a fraud created by former military members and former Veterans Administration employees that needs to be investigated immediately. They will not go quietly and have an army of lawyers on staff to punish all those who try to expose them. I leave it up to every American to investigate on your own; do not take my word for it. Tell your friends and relatives not to donate to WWP; just help a veteran directly.

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As the donor, surely, people want to give the best which can be useful for others, especially who are in need. We need to avoid the scam which is possible to be done by anyone, including the fake organization or organization that is scam. What about the wounded warrior project? Is that a scam? Many people are talking about that, especially on online media. The issue might come because there are a lot of people who say that they do not donate the fund to the people in need. In addition, there is also the witness of the people who say that the organization pays so much money for people who are there on their campaign, but we also could not easily accept the statement.

1 comment:

  1. The Wounded Warrior Haunted House that is being publicized on Facebook to be open October 1, 2014 located at 903 Florida Avenue, in Mt. Lebanon, PA is a complete scam and is being run by an off balance woman who resides at that residence and her more than strange boyfriend.

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