It also states" As agreed with your participation, all net proceeds from the project go to support 'Thy Kingdom Come' initiatives".
I have no clue what they are talking about. I have never heard of this group, nor has anyone informed me that they have made a purchase "in my name". So, I researched on-line for any info on "Integrity Lighthouse Enterprises", and that name shows up only on this GreatNonprofits list, with no further info. Therefore, I seriously doubt the "integrity"of Integrity Lighthouse Enterprises.
No contact phone number was given for the copy-quality signature of presumed sender, "David Campbell". To prove its integrity, the least that could have been done to legitimize the validity of the notice would be to give the name of who bought the coins.
Without a way to validate anything, this looks like a scam, maybe? Probably just best to ignore it all, but just in case, I will copy this review,and keep the letter and envelope sent to me,for future reference should it be necessary.
I've personally experienced the results of this organization in...
what seems like a scamming technique? Or possibly a way to defame someone's name in the future? If this is not the case, then clarification from this group's agent via follow-up letter to all those who have been sent this form letter should be made.
Ways to make it better...
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
remove the word "Christian" out of the group name until a bit more honesty is shown.