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JohnW, post: 200411 wrote:
Hi Matt,
My research suggests…

I believe the business was registered in 2007. It lists a geographic address in San Francisco. Anyone with legal disputes will be taking them on in Dellaware, USA.

A few articles and reviews about it…

Apr 2014 Indiegogo’s response to fraud: remove anti-fraud guarantee

Aug 2013 Most Indiegogo Campaigns Fail, And Thank Goodness

Aug 2013 Crowdfunding Confusion: Scammers Attempt to Rip Off Successful Campaigns Using Indiegogo

Jan 12 – Aug 14 IndieGoGo Review

The following are the titles of the reviews listed over the last 2.5 years:

  • Some may have scammed my debit card
  • Contributors forced to open PayPal account
  • Indiegogo lets scammer start 3rd campaign
  • Indiegogo refuses to release Funds
  • They’d receive a negative star rating if it was available
  • Total Fraudsters
  • Captain Canuck scam
  • Never got the money
  • Coolship/Android Keyboard Ripoff!
  • no quality control
  • Great experience
  • My experience Indie SoSo
  • It was a good experience
  • Dishonest platform
  • IndieNoNo Funds: where is the money?
  • DO NOT USE INDIEGOGO TO RUN A CAMPAIGN
  • PERKS NOT OFFERED TO DONORS
  • Big Scam
  • Useless
  • stonewalling on a contribution refund
  • Horrible
  • Not sure I made a donation
  • Sucks
  • Frustrating
  • Not really
  • Bad customer service
  • Absolutely useless!
  • Terrrible website when you need help!
  • horrible customer service

Finally…

“Good

Good fundraising tools and community but I wasn’t a fan of their 9% fee if you don’t reach your target

Caveat empror,
JohnWIt’s a massive company, maybe the biggest with 100 + employees and thousands of campaigns. Which is why they would have complaints.

The person who posted this is simply using their platform, they are not affiliated with them at all.

Don’t corporations get incorporated in Delaware because there is little or no corporate tax.