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Potter Fans for Katrina Update

Posted by: Melissa
September 06, 2005, 01:03 PM

Wow. Our "Potter Fans for Katrina Victims" drive has been up a mere couple of hours and the donations are already swelling past $1,000. You all are incredible. That's all.
For info on how to get involved, see this post. Our first list of participants will be posted shortly.

Note: Thank you for your concern, as well; we are aware that some other sites have had problems collecting aid through PayPal. However, in those cases, large amounts of money went to a new PayPal account, which can be construed as suspicious to the company in its efforts to protect its users; on the contrary, our PayPal donation box has been open for three years, we are verified out the ears, and we have raised more than the cited amounts through it before without incident. We are not concerned about problems, and PayPal has been nothing but good and attentive to us in the past. If this should change, you will be the first to know.

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1842 Points

Amazing, considering what is going on with the HHH drive right now.

Posted by Bara on February 04, 2010, 01:22 PM report to moderator
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