As in, send someone a donation letter and tell them that we were hired to prank them by someone else? If so, we can't do that. While we are all for having fun at peoples' expense and trolling people, we cannot legally "frame" anyone for the prank. That would border on fraud, and despite the silly nature of our website and our product, we will err on the side of caution. An exception on anonymity can be made if the person who PAID for the service wishes us to inform the recipient. Meaning...if requested we can tell the recipient who paid for their prank if requested. But it has to be the person who paid, no "framing" other people.
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