Viewers Donate Hundreds of Dollars to Google Listing Scam Victim

TOULSA, Okla. – Generous viewers are turning hard times for Tulsa’s grandmother and her grandchildren into gratitude days.

We first told you about Regina Sanders and her grandchildren last week.

She was lured away for the last thousand dollars after she clicked on a fake Google listing while trying to rent a car to attend a loved one’s funeral and then a long-planned once-in-a-lifetime family reunion.

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Overwhelmed with grief, overwhelmed with grief, Regina Sanders fell prey to a scammer.

“My life is now in ruins.”

Regina is raising her two grandfathers as her own, and they all undergo a monthly disability check-up.

She hasn’t slept since the fraudster stole her money.

“It just broke my heart. I have never felt so tired in my whole life, never, never in my life so tired. “

But a few hours after we told Regina’s story, even as she read her Bible for daily devotion, she was shocked again.

But this time, not because of the greed of the fraudster, but because of the generosity of the people who heard her story.

People asked how they could help, how they could make a financial donation to Regina and her grandchildren.

“God said that everything will be fine, everything will be fine and everything will be fine.”

Regina calls it a miracle, since strangers donated hundreds and hundreds of dollars to her family, all anonymously.

When we gave her the good news, her tears were replaced by smiles. The one that illuminates Regina’s face and eyes.

“It’s a blessing in disguise.”

One young father told us, “I was very sad. She raised her grandchildren. It touched us very much. “

Another viewer, she is 83, told us: “I was heartbroken when I looked at my grandmother raising her grandfathers. She was so devastated. “

Another married couple says, “It was painful for us to see that. woman hurts Shame on those people who steal from others. It’s heartless. “

“I would like to meet some of these people if I could.”

As well as the grandchildren of Regina. According to her, both are quiet and shy, especially the older ones.

Yes, the girls speak quietly, almost silently, but the words they whisper come from the heart.

“Thank you.”

Regina says she will be forever grateful to those generous souls who gave them money, even to those who just whispered a prayer in times of desperate need.

She doesn’t even know who they are, but Regina says she feels that they will always be connected.

Regina says she is glad they were able to attend the funeral.

As for the grandchildren, they will be treated to pizza and entertainment at the water park.

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