McCann Fund Fraud

Overwhelming evidence shows that Madeleine McCann died in or near apartment 5A at the Ocean Club Resort in Praia da Luz in Portugal. Madeleine met her demise sometime between May 1 and May 3. Read the evidence in this website. The Fund they set up to look for Madeleine is fraudulent if any person involved in the case knew Madeleine was dead at the time it was set up. If you made a donation to the Madeleine Fund and are not happy with how your donation has been spent, please contact the site so we can form a group who can litigate against Madeleine's Fund: Leaving No Stone Unturned Limited.

Disgruntled Donor Was Duped

Today we received a message to the website from “Helen W”

Her email details are being withheld for privacy.

Here is her message;

Hi, I paid by PayPal on 21st May 2007. On news reports the Fund had been described as a charity. Also in the event of Madeleine being found alive or otherwise, the money would help other missing children.

I would not have donated if I had had any thoughts that Fund money would be used towards mortgage payments or private investigaters, in view of the fact the McC’s have not fully co-operated with the PJ/police.

£10.00 was not a lot but I had intended to give monthly that ammount. Luckily I became aware of Sky and Mirror forums where I learnt there was more to the Case than first thought….

I will do whatever I can to help towards justice for Madeleine or to show up thie Charade for what it is

6 comments to Disgruntled Donor Was Duped

    July 3rd, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    Found this on one of the old reports from September 2007….Seems Mcvey is a liar just like her friends Mccanns….

    Numerous angry postings from people who claim to have donated to the fund have appeared on the internet. “I made a donation to the charity set up to help find that poor child,” one message on a legal discussion website said. “I now understand that the fund may be used to pay for the defence if the parents are prosecuted. Am I entitled to get my money back?”

    But last night Mrs McVey, a public relations professional, said: “I have not personally been asked by anyone for their money back.”

    Have your say

    Mrs McVey, not only myself but others who have done a lot of fund raising to raise money for this fund, have all asked for our money back.

    I am in contact with loads of people, and i know that they have also contacted you over return of donations.

    j, rothley, leicestershire

  2. Leilani
    May 28th, 2010 at 6:10 am

    I have experienced how reading articles for instance relating to Maddie can really affect me emotionally. This has happened to me over and over… and how I have burnt my fingers. I rather pray, pray and pray more… often the next day, I have been able to look at situations more rationally. Instead of giving money in an issue such as this, rather pledge money to the reward of the child if she is found.

  3. kev
    August 19th, 2011 at 7:39 am

    So why is this not being reported in the main stream media, I want to help to bring the MaCanns to justice as I do believe they are guilty if not of killing Maddie but at least for neglect.

  4. retsevlys
    October 9th, 2012 at 6:57 am

    i donate £300 pounds of my savings to this fund completely unaware that it was NOT a charity, i have contacted their site asking for my money back as i feal i was lied to before i made the donation, ive heard nothing, that was back in 2008.

  5. liam taylor
    May 17th, 2013 at 4:02 pm

    Only looked into this “fund” recently and realised my wife sent $70 in the belief it was a charity. Emailed for refund yet no replies. Clearly a fraudulent act.

  6. june newland
    May 8th, 2017 at 6:43 am

    lots of people want a refund of their money as they felt utterly duped so why no answers and why no refunds can any of you answer this please

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