Wanna buy a dress to help launder stolen charity money?

Wanna buy a dress to help launder stolen charity money?

THE DIRTY ARMY: Nik, update from your August 12, 2017.  Update Nik: Pip Herrington @inspired2heal knew Sokolowski was stealing the money and now has been laundering it through a company called #LoveNotFear run by another one of her fraud friends Tanya Leblanc @goddessgrooves. They do pop up shops all over Toronto as well, as LeBlanc funded her last trip to Mexico on funds. All the money for the dresses is money stolen from the Children’s Cancer Charity and is being laundered through the dress business. They buy the dresses in India (where Herrington was trained in yoga on stolen cancer charity funds in 2012) for about $5 and sell them back there for $150 saying they are giving 25% to Syrian Refugees.

As you can see, it’s a great wash for dirty money at a high profit and looks like no taxes paid. Sokolowski could write checks at the charity before he got caught without question for up to $10,000. https://www.lovenotfear.ca/our-team-1 – The website Love Not Fear – no GST/HST # either or registered charity number. LeBlanc talks on this page of an “investor” who encourages and invests in her company so she can buy 1000 dresses. 1000 dresses and a plane ticket to India- is around 10,000 dollars. Herrington tried to blame Marianne Jacobsen for something that included Tanya Leblanc so that the cops would be led off the path by Herrington’s hysterics. If you have bought a dress from them you now own stolen property and are an accessory to money laundering. ENJOY!


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  1. FeddyfriendFebruary 23, 2018 at 6:52 AM

    Must have been on to something. Seems the company has shut down.
    Funny that.

  2. PipsucksDecember 10, 2017 at 7:31 AM

    Its all the jewelry too! She buys it for dollars and sells pieces for $65 Canadian and up.
    No taxes paid no nothing.
    Funny how a day after this allegation is made LeBlanc @goddessgrooves starts applying for grants and a charity number.
    How about just give the money back and see if you can clear your Dharma?

  3. Marianne JacobsenNovember 28, 2017 at 5:43 AM

    I guess this is what you get for pretending you are someone else Karma Richter :P
    Happy Holidays!

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