Mothers shoot scammers who have SOLD their donated breast milk for up to $ 650 per party – after claiming she needed help feeding her own baby
- Jodi Neidert from Vancouver claims that she has given 650 ounces of her breast milk
- The mothers confronted the unknown woman via Facebook when she found out
- Other angry mothers also donated their breast milk through a Facebook group
A group of mothers have claimed that a woman took their donated breast milk and then made a profit of $ 650 (£ 380).
Jodi Neidert, from Vancouver, claims a news site CBC that she donated 650 ounces (33 pints) of her breast milk to a woman through a Facebook group who said she was desperately looking for the milk for her own children.
Other angry mothers have also donated their breast milk through the Facebook group, which connects women who need milk with those who want to give and who have become angry that she has made a profit.
Jodi confronted the unknown woman via Facebook when she found out and the women apologized.
Jodi Neidert (photo) from Vancouver, claims news site CBC that she has donated 650 grams of her breast milk to a woman through a Facebook group who said she was desperately looking for the milk for her own children
Jodi said she felt betrayed when she discovered: & I wanted to do something good and help someone who was unable to do (what) I could, to learn that she was making money from me and other good people, is pretty sad. & # 39;
On Facebook messenger the angry mother sent the woman a series of messages.
Jodi said: & # 39; What you did was very wrong, I gave you a lot of milk. Enough that you made $ 600 +. & # 39;
The woman answered and said: & # 39; I donated my extra milk through breast milk 4 Hyman babies & then I had extra and then I started selling my milk afterwards. & # 39;
On Facebook messenger, angry mother Jodie sent the woman a series of messages about what she had done
She further said: & # 39; Yes, I am very sorry. I felt that I had to take care of the baby that I was selling. & # 39;
With Jodi arguing: & # 39; Then you should have given it for free. Earn money from others, work hard. & # 39; The woman went on to apologize.
But Jodie's donation was not a one-off like the Facebook group Human Milk 4 Human Babies – British Columbia has several reports about the woman who also took their donated milk.
Tanya Bemister donated 100 ounces (five pints) of her milk to the woman at the end of last year.
When she talked about how she wanted to help her, she said: & # 39; As a mother, I wanted to help another mother. I would never charge a mother. & # 39;
It is unclear whether she sold Tanya & # 39; s milk, as the woman claims she did not, but Tanya hesitates to believe her.
Tanya Bemister donated 100 ounces of milk to the woman at the end of last year and believes that the woman may have sold it
She added: & # 39; makes me sick from my stomach that someone would benefit from someone's good deed, & # 39; she said.
A message from a moderator of the group said yesterday: & # 39; Welcome to all our new page likers! Thanks for finding us, and sorry it had to be because of a scammer.
& # 39; She admits that free milk has been received through this page. We banished her, but that doesn't stop her from bullying people.
& # 39; And once again we strongly recommend that you never buy milk, because you never know who it is from, or even if it is breast milk.
She added: & # 39; People have been questioning the profile for a long time. No proof or anything concrete, but a strange feeling.
They explained the woman's actions: & # 39; Aggressive punching on offers, not a profile photo, those were really the only things. & # 39;
Another post claims that the woman has been banned from the group.
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