GoFundMe returned more than $ 400,000 to 14,000 donors who believed they had helped a homeless veteran from Philadelphia ̵
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Contributed to this GoFundMe campaign has been fully refunded, "said Whithorne, adding that the fundraiser is working with law enforcement to investigate the alleged fraud.  Whithorne said abuse campaigns accounted for "less than a tenth of one percent" of all GoFundMe campaigns, but such behavior "is unacceptable" and "has consequences".
"We have a zero tolerance policy for fraudulent behavior," he said. "If fraud occurs, the donors receive a refund, and we work with law enforcement agencies to reclaim the money."
McClure, D & # 39; Amico and Bobbitt are accused of theft by deception and conspiracy after they claimed they were posted in a viral GoFundMe Bobbitt, who was homeless, gave McClure his last $ 20 to look for one stranded stay in Philadelphia could get gas.
The couple, who turned to the authorities last month, set up the GoFundMe account to allegedly raise money for homeless veterans. Her story, however, came apart in August when Bobbitt sued the pair, claiming that they had used GoFundMe's money as a "personal piggy bank". The couple reportedly used the money for luxury items and casino travel.
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Investigators stated that the three donors had purposely prevented them from receiving information "that would affect their judgment on the requested contribution to this call for donations," the source said Complaint.
Bobbitt was previously released on bail month. NJ.com reported that he should wear an electronic monitor and attend three sessions in Narcotics Anonymous.
Jennifer Earl, Paulina Dedaj and The Associated Press of Fox News contributed to this report.