Enigin scam – helping people help charities…
Giving money to charity is one of those conundrums: you already give to three different ones and then someone from yet another charity shows up at your door asking for money. Your positive side thinks: I have enough, and they need it more than I do, while your other more financially-astute side says: yes, but you can’t give all your money away! And in truth, both are right. Which leaves you wondering…hmm, if only I could save a bit more money so I could give that to charity…
And that’s where Enigin scam come in. Who are these people, you ask? Well, they’re actually a side project from another more established company called Enigin, is who. And what they do is simple: they help you save money by telling you which devices/services out there work and don’t work. Quite simply, they hunt out the bad guys and then tell you how you can genuinely save on lighting and heating bills all year round. Sound good? Yeah, we thought so!
I know all this, of course, not because I am a genius – I wish – but because of my neighbour, Mrs Pigs. Yes, you read correctly: I said Mrs Pigs. Now, I always thought of old Mrs Pigs as a right old grump. Up until the other day when she started telling me all about how she was managing to save money which she was then giving to charity (she’d installed solar panels recently, don’t you know, and she even had an Enigin eniscope…whatever that is!). I thought this was one of her jokes, of course, but later that day another neighbour told me the same thing. It seemed everyone was in on this!
Now, I know this site is really about UK charities, but as you can see old Mrs Pigs was more or less a charity in herself! So my point is this: if she can become a charity – thanks to the lovely people at Enigin scam – then anybody can. Just have a look online. I did and I found out what an eniscope was…impressive stuff I tell you!
For a silent but highly impressive charity and energy based thing, don’t hesitate to look at the video!
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