Fans Turn On Deadbeat Duggars As They Discover They Are Being Scammed For Money (IMAGES)

Fans of the Duggar family cult are finally waking up and they are not happy about being fleeced by the anti-gay conservative “Christian” clan.

In late-July, the Duggar family got caught begging fans to send them money claiming that it would be used to fund more videos on their YouTube account. Outrage ensued and the Duggars took down the solicitation.

The Duggars had apparently hoped that fans would continue to help them pay for their lifestyle after losing the $25 million salary along with their canceled reality show “19 Kids and Counting.”

And there is the supposed “mission trip” that Jill Duggar and her husband Derick Dillard asked fans to help pay for.

Back in June, Jill and Derick begged fans to donate money so they could go on a “mission trip.”

“God has put a desire in our hearts to serve Him internationally for longer than the typical short-term mission trip, but we didn’t know yet how God would fulfill that desire in us,” Jill wrote on the family website.

The solicitation to fans reads:

“If you feel led to support our mission effort we would be so thankful to have you as a partner. You can give here on our website. Your prayers and your support mean so much to both of us as we begin this great new chapter in life!”

Originally, Jill and Derick didn’t tell prospective donors where they were going or what the money would be spent on. But now it’s been revealed that they went to El Salvador. What they are spending the money on, however, is still somewhat unknown. And hardcore fans of the Duggar family are now beginning to realize that they have taken for suckers.

A mission trip is supposed to be a long-term ordeal, but Jill and Derick have traveled back to the United States on three different occasions since leaving two months ago. And that has fans deeply concerned about what it is they actually paid for. Did they pay for Jill and Derick to help people in El Salvador, or were they duped into just paying for a long vacation?

And some of those fans expressed anger over it on Facebook. Here’s a sampling of screenshots:

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Others continued to out the the Duggars and Dillards as a bunch of lazy takers who scam people out of money to fund their lifestyle.

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It also appears the Dillards are scamming the IRS too by pretending to be a church. As we all know, churches are exempt from paying taxes, so Jill and Derick can solicit all the donations they can get and won’t have to pay any taxes on them, thus giving them more money to spend on themselves. Why get real jobs when you can just start a fake church and rake in money for it?

So while Duggar fans have handed their hard-earned money to the family thinking it would be used to help people in need, those same fans are now opening their eyes and finding out that it’s probably being used more for travel expenses so Jill and Derick can get back and forth between their home and whatever resort they are staying at. Oh, and to fly family and friends back and forth as well. It also doesn’t help that Jill and Derick have not posted any proof that their “charity” money is going to good causes beyond taking pictures of themselves and random places they have been.

Sounds like the free ride the Duggars have enjoyed at the expense of others over the years is about to come to an end.

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