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GoFundMe VS Kickstarter

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Jason Vissers

Jason Vissers

Jason Vissers is a writer and cereal chef from San Diego. He graduated with a Political Science degree from San Diego State University in 2001. He's been writing about website builders, crowdfunding sites, online lenders, and credit cards for Merchant Maverick since 2015. Additionally, Jason can't eat raisins.
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    August Garcia

    As a sidenote, GoFundMe also acquired YouCaring since the time of this article.

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      George Buehler

      A helpful, concise comparisons of the two platforms for a first time user. One detail has changed since this was written. Gofundme is not charging a platform fee for “personal campaigns” as of Nov 30, 2017. https://support.gofundme.com/hc/en-us/articles/203604424-How-do-fees-work-in-my-country-

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