Indiegogo conducts brief survey on trustworthiness

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If you log into Indiegogo today, you might notice a small survey pop up in the bottom left corner of your browser window.

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With campaigns as troubled as Ritot, Smarty Ring, and TellSpec, one wonders if Indiegogo is starting to feel like it’s garnered a reputation as a hotbed for scams.  Features like Flex Funding and the new Forever Funding show that they are doing everything they can to facilitate money changing hands which sets them apart from their competitors who are at least occasionally stepping in when problems arise.  Seems like the place to go if you want to run an additional fundraiser for no reason or copy another campaign entirely.

Let’s hope the results of this survey bring about some changes in Indiegogo policy.

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  1. I just went to Indiegogo and one of the “trending” tech campaigns was this: https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/the-dragonfly-futurefon–3

    I’m not confident that most people realize yet that Indiegogo is a crowdfunding scam artist’s haven.

  2. The biggest problem I have with Indiegogo is their ‘Flexible Funding’ model. Sorry, but if you don’t get your funding goal, you don’t get my cash.

  3. Hi, is there a way to get notified once you have a new review out?

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