Trinity St. Clair GoFundMe.com Scam

The Trinity St. Clair Go Fund Me Scam

They call it the law of cause and effect and it’s the very reason why when you want to call in sick to work one day you don’t dare lie and say someone who is actually alive, died.

For example, sorry I can’t come to work today, my grandmother died or my grandmother is in the hospital.

Why?

The law of cause and effect.

Whatever you send into the universe comes back.

In July of 2015 Trinity St. Clair created a gofundme campaign asking for donations for her mother who she claimed has multiple sclerosis.

She was asking for $30,000.

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Her lying about her own mother to get money from people is bad enough. But there is much more to this story.

When Mike South made a post about it, questioning the validity of her claims, Trinity St. Clair quickly pulled the gofundme page down, ending it before reaching her goal. But not before raising $25,000.

Mike South claimed that she was using GoFundMe.com as a way for John’s to pay for her hooking activities.

“Several Guys on Humaniplex.com and elsewhere Are talking about Trinity St Claire using www.goFundme.com saying she has been asking and steering paying clients for donations to her mother’s MS condition as a method of payment to her escort and hooking activities.”

I don’t now if that is true but what I do know is, 40 days after closing the GoFundMe.com campaign, which is 10 days after getting paid by GoFundMe (because it takes 30 days for the money to be paid out) Trinity St. Clair closed escrow on her house.

A house of which she had to put down a large, lump sum payment.

 This is the kind of person you are dealing with when it comes to Trinity St. Clair. There is nothing she won’t do and nobody she won’t scam to get what she wants.

I have much more to come on this house situation. But for now I wanted to make sure you knew about this scam. Only one is a long line of the lies and treachery associated with Trinity St. Clair.

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