Fake charity scam dropbox
Reported by Philip Rainbird at 23:34, Wed 29 December 2010
Sent to Royal Borough of Greenwich less than a minute later
This `Gaia Movement` clothes dropbox is run by an international scam organisation that exists for its own profit. I object to its presence in my neighbourhood and demand that it is removed.
No response at all from this site, three councillors or head of the council. Gaia is an international crime syndicate that takes all donations into private offshore and swiss banks to fund millionaire lifestyles for its directors. Give your clothes to oxfam.
Posted by Philip Rainbird at 10:26, Thu 27 January 2011
Still open, via questionnaire, 10:26, Thu 27 January 2011
This is a national problem that no-one is addressing adequately. Greenwich council are characteristically silent on most inquiries and complaints and apparently approve of transnational crime syndicates stealing from the local population.
Posted by Philip Rainbird at 11:17, Thu 24 February 2011
Still open, via questionnaire, 11:17, Thu 24 February 2011
Since no council department responded to our complaint, we contacted Nick Raynsford, local MP. His office eventually told us that queries had been sent to local trading standards. Gaia is an international scam which portrays itself as an environmental charity. Anyone who mistakenly puts donations in these boxes will be funding private yachts, islands and billionaire lifestyles for the `Tvind` directors.
Posted by Philip Rainbird at 12:38, Thu 24 March 2011
Still open, via questionnaire, 12:38, Thu 24 March 2011
I contacted Nick Raynsford about this, but typically Greenwich council made cooperative noises but did nothing. This is a country-wide problem which council trading standards departments are aware of but will do nothing about. It really needs parliamentary intervention.
Posted by Philip Rainbird at 11:13, Fri 22 April 2011
Still open, via questionnaire, 11:13, Fri 22 April 2011
This report is now closed to updates. You can make a new report in the same location.