Doesn’t this guy know that Hillary was “dead broke” ?

Via Fox News.

A Seattle man who recently sought to end his monthly donation to a Hillary Clinton nonprofit group ran into a small roadblock: There was no way to cancel his contribution, according to a report.

Corey Koscielniak, 29, wanted to stop his $10.48 recurring tithe to Onward Together, the politican action organization Clinton formed after her 2016 election defeat, because the group disclosed little information on how it spent the money, he told the Seattle Times.

“Onward Together (OT) accepts payment information, but provides no ability to alter or cancel donations once the initial donation is received,” Koscielniak wrote in his complaint to the Washington state Attorney General’s Office….

Koscielniak, with help from state Attorney General Bob Ferguson, was able to use a newly implemented cancel button on the group’s website. But when the next month came, another $10.48 was withdrawn from his account, the Seattle Times said.

Merrill told the paper that Koscielniak’s situation has since been “rectified” and they “will make sure this doesn’t happen again, with anybody, in the future.”

Koscielniak wouldn’t find out if his donation was canceled until next month’s bank statement, the paper reported….

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  1. Alain41 says:

    The advantage of credit cards; you can cancel the credit card fairly easily.
    Assuming that it was an automatic withdrawal from banking acct., you can also cancel banking acct. The disadvantage there is, you will have to redo all your other automatic payments on your new acct.

  2. Maynard says:

    “Tithe”? Har har har!

    This is why credit cards are preferable to debit cards or bank charges.

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