If all 63 million Americans who voted in favor of President Trump donated, then only $ 80 would have to be paid to reach the goal.
The campaign brought in just over $ 20 million on Friday, but that was not all Kolfage hoped for.
The campaign, GoFundMe says, should be all or nothing.
"When the campaign was created, the campaign organizer said explicitly on the campaign page," If we do not reach our goal or come very close to the goal, we'll refund every single penny, "GoFundMe told CNN He also said: "100% of your donations go to the Trump Wall, and if, for some reason, we do not reach our goal, we'll refund your donation."
"That did not happen, which means that all donors receive a refund "GoFundMe told CNN.
However, the campaign page was still up early on Saturday, accepting donations, and it is unclear when it will be dismantled. GoFundMe said it was up to the campaign organizer to determine when it would be closed.
Kolfage said he has decided that the federal government is unable to accept the money and intends to have a team to build a wall privately.
Instead of the GoFundMe campaign, Kolfage founded one Nonprofit Florida Corporation (501
But he will redeem the reimbursement, he said Campaign page, if donors decide not to switch to the new platform.
"When I created this fundraiser, I said that if we did not reach our goal, we will repay the donors. I will fulfill this commitment today. We will refund your donation immediately, unless you tell us that you agree to our new plan of action, "said Kolfage.