Givvr

Raise money for non-profits by watching sponsored videos

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Rustin Rassoli
Rustin Rassoli@rustinrassoli · 16 Year Old Founder & CEO, Greetale
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Malte Kramer
Malte KramerMaker@malte_kramer · Entrepreneur
@rustinrassoli Hi Rustin! My name is Malte Kramer, I'm one of the founders of Givvr. Your skepticism is understandable, especially if you've had a bad experience with Evan whose company helped build our app. However, the doubt you seed here is directed at the wrong people. If you research our sponsors and our non-profit partners you will find that they're all legitimate. Every dollar you see being donated on Givvr, actually goes to the non-profit it's meant for. We currently have over $60,000 in sponsor money funding the videos on our platform. I know it's hard not to be cynical given the number of scams and frauds out there, but this isn't one. I'm sure as a founder you can appreciate the effort and passion that goes into starting a business. My team and I have worked really hard for over a year to make Givvr possible. I urge you to do the research on myself (www.maltekramer.net), my company (www.givvr.com), and our official non-profit partners, all of which are well-established organizations.
Trevor Owens
Trevor Owens@to · CEO, Javelin.com
@rustinrassoli Are you calling the App a fraud or someone who worked on the App? Do you have any proof behind what you're saying or are you just trying to slander someone you don't like?
Rustin Rassoli
Rustin Rassoli@rustinrassoli · 16 Year Old Founder & CEO, Greetale
Rustin Rassoli
Rustin Rassoli@rustinrassoli · 16 Year Old Founder & CEO, Greetale
Trevor Owens
Trevor Owens@to · CEO, Javelin.com
@rustinrassoli I understand. You could start by just explaining what happened.