Harsh criticism of Santiago Maratea for a method he recommends to raise more money: “It’s super irresponsible”

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In his eagerness to raise more money to save Independiente, Santiago Maratea his followers asked instagram who go into debt to collaborate in the solidarity cause and in the networks have ousted him.

In detail, the influencers harangued those who want to join the collection, but they don’t have the money to do it, to ask credit for said purpose. She did it this Thursday in a video that she uploaded to his stories on the aforementioned social network.

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“Myself I’d like to reach 750 million pesos today, but with the achievement of 730 I am satisfied. How are we going to do it? Listen…,” Santiago began before recalling the results of the polls he had taken the day before to find out how many people would help with that day’s collection.

Santi Maratea is trying to raise more than 20 million dollars to pay off Independiente's debts.

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Santi Maratea is trying to raise more than 20 million dollars to pay off Independiente’s debts.

“To those who want to invest but have no money or will have it laterI want to share that if you enter the link, you can pay with Mercado Pago money or with the credit or debit cards that you have associated…”, he continued explaining in another story.

And he specified with many gestures so that it was understood: “If you move to the side (of the application) the different options will appear and the last option says Mercado Crédito and you can pay with that…”.

“The thing is Mercado Pago lends you the money and then, when it arrives, you pay it backI think you have a month to return it. I offer them the option in case they don’t know Mercado Crédito,” she concluded in that story.

Santiago explained how to apply for a loan to donate money and they criticized him on Twitter.

Santiago explained how to apply for a loan to donate money and they criticized him on Twitter.

Outraged, many followers of the influencersthey took to Twitter to criticize it. “Maratea asks people to get into debt to be able to give him money. Not even Cositorto (the CEO of Generación Zoe accused of having set up a pyramid scam), has been encouraged to do so much”, commented a user of the aforementioned network.

Santiago Maratea has been much criticized.

Santiago Maratea has been much criticized.

“Ok, I count Maratea as influencers social, but that seems like a lot to me. NO! It’s not around here, advising on debt is always irresponsible…”added another netizen.

Twitter users consider his attitude of asking people to borrow money to help his cause irresponsible.

Twitter users consider his attitude of asking people to borrow money to help his cause irresponsible.

Meanwhile, a third joined the complaints and assured: “I also bank in Maratea, but… mention the possibility of obtaining a loan without clarifying the financial cost that this has In a country with unsustainable tariffs and little financial education, laws, many people don’t understand the trouble they are getting themselves into, I find that super irresponsible.”

The influencer's followers advise against his recommendations.

The influencer’s followers advise against his recommendations.

“Very healthy everything, Maratea asks those who have no money now to apply for a mortgage to line their pockets”. warned another tweeter in clear reference to the profits that Santiago takes, which retains 5% of the total collection of donations.

People also disagree with the influencer's earnings.

People also disagree with the influencer’s earnings.

How much did Santiago Maratea collect to save Independiente

The truth is that, to date, Maratea has already collected more than half of the club’s debt. The young fan who rushed to the rescue of the Avellaneda club said it on Tuesday evening the fund had raised $701,471,348.

“Let them say it how they want and they like it. That’s a fact”he enthusiastically expressed. Meanwhile, this Thursday afternoon, she communicated through her stories that Wednesday’s goal was to raise 8 million pesos in one day and 20 have been achieved.

Furthermore, in the last few hours, Santiago has denied having enabled the returns offered by Mercado Pago to its users. And he explained that being a escrowthe platform does not allow you to generate interest.

Source: Clarin

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