Contact LifeFunder anytime when you feel a campaign is being falsely represented by the campaign organizer and funds are not directed to the beneficiary listed on the campaign page.
LifeFunder does not settle personal disputes. We recommend resolving issues in civil court or with the assistance of law enforcement.
Yes, please reach out to us at email@example.com
If law enforcement requests personal info, LifeFunder will share the information requested but otherwise will protect your privacy and will not share with other parties.
We carefully protect the personal information you provide to make donations on LifeFunder. Your payment information is encrypted and stored securely with Stripe, a third-party credit card processor. Your credit card information isn’t shared with the organization.
Your credit card information will be encryped and safely stored, so you’re able to easily make donations in the future. You can remove this information from your profile anytime. To remove your credit card information from your profile, go to the Edit Profile section, and click on the Payment Methods tab. There, you’ll be able… Read More
No, LifeFunder will never share your personal information.
LifeFunder will work to remove all fraudulent campaigns. We encourage users to report fraudulent activity. LifeFunder cannot guarantee the complete accuracy of all campaigns that are published. We recommend that supporters donate to campaigns when you feel confident about their legitimacy.
There is no way to keep your campaign completely private. Anyone who has your campaign link or We#code will be able to access your campaign.
You can ‘Report this Campaign’ on the campaign’s LifeFunder page, or please email all details regarding potential fraudulent campaigns to firstname.lastname@example.org Include the following information in your email: Url or LF#Code of campaign relationship to campaign beneficiary evidence such as screenshots, photos, newspaper articles, and other similar campaigns Facebook messages or tweets