Protecting your security and safety on social media is important to us. Unfortunately, there are imposters on the internet who create fake accounts and fraudulent social media pages, posing as Doug Addison and trying to scam people.
REMINDER: We will NEVER private message you on any social media platform asking for donations in any form. We especially would never ask you to send money in the form of gift cards, moneygrams or sending money to an individual outside of the U.S. (These are some of the methods the scammers use.)
We take this matter very seriously and our team monitors, investigates and reports fake accounts daily. It can sometimes take up to 3 weeks in some cases for these social media platforms to remove them.
These imposters are tricky and they can block us from seeing their fake page, since they know we work for Doug Addison.
That is why we rely on you to notify us anytime you spot a fake account posing as Doug or anytime you are contacted by a fraudulent account. We appreciate your efforts to help us identify these imposter pages so we can report them in a timely manner!
These are the only REAL public pages Doug Addison has on social media.
Look for this verified blue check mark badge: This means the account has been verified by Facebook as the official account.
If you see a Facebook page posing as Doug Addison WITHOUT this check mark, you know it is a fake.
Anything else is a FAKE!
Must be a student in our online school to be approved.
Only students who have finished our online school can join.
Only for current partners of InLight Connection, the ministry of Doug Addison.
It is still safe and easy to make a gift to our ministry online. Here is the official webpage to send a donation to InLight Connection online: DougAddison.com/Give
REMINDER: We will NEVER private message you on any social media platform asking for donations in any form. We especially would never ask you to send money in the form of gift cards, MoneyGrams or sending money to an individual outside of the U.S. (These are some of the methods the scammers use).
Please fill out the form below:
If you have been contacted and asked for money from a fraudulent account, one of our Customer Support team members will follow up with you.
If you have any questions, please email us at email@example.com.