Website for Gospel for Asia Class Action Lawsuit Now Active

Donors who contributed to Gospel for Asia between January 1, 2009 and September 10, 2018 are considered members of a class in a pending lawsuit against GFA. Now there is a website which provides background and instructions for member of the class. From the site: GFACLASSACTION.US

There is a pending legal matter in a class action lawsuit against Gospel for Asia, Inc., Gospel for Asia-International, K.P. Yohannan, Gisela Punnose, Daniel Punnose, David Carroll, and Pat Emerick¬†(“GFA”), who are the Defendants. The class action lawsuit involves whether GFA misdirected funds designated for specific charitable projects the donors selected.

The lawsuit is still pending. A judge has not made a ruling in this matter. There are no benefits currently available to Class members and there is no guarantee there will be benefits available to Class Members.  This notice is to inform you of your rights.

You are included in the Class if you live in the United States and donated money to GFA between January 1, 2009 and September 10, 2018.

Those who want to be excluded from the suit must write to the class administrator directly. Otherwise, donors in the class will be represented in the suit by the Stanley Law Group, Basset Law Firm, and Tom Mills. No charge will be assigned for their representation. Exclusion from the suit allows a donor to sue separately from this suit but there will be no benefit to an excluded party if the suit is successful.

Current donors should consider the information contained on this website.

15 thoughts on “Website for Gospel for Asia Class Action Lawsuit Now Active”

  1. I have received an email with a claim number. It said to use the claim number on the website to see a list of donations made. My number did not work. I have attempted several times to email the attorneys using the website and got no response. I called the phone number provided and can’t get through to a real person just get a recording that is almost inaudible. I’m not getting a good feeling about them. I am suspecting they are fraudulent and planning to keep everyone’s money.

    1. Contact me via email and I will see what I can find out. warrenthrockmorton @ gmail. com

      1. I just sent you an email at that email address and it came back as an invalid email.

        1. Make sure you take out the spaces. Also, you can find a link in the About section of the blog. /sample-page/

  2. Thank you for this website. It was only less than 48 hours prior that I was personally still drinking the KP Kool-Aid.
    I had recently been involved with them as a casual volunteer and was planning on going back this year. I have now changed my mind. I have not lost a massive fortune over this. A few days of my time, a little over 50 bucks and a bruised ego is all. I am one of the lucky ones. Feel like I’ve side stepped a giant sinkhole.
    The GFA football team was real salt in the wound. As was the sign on his office
    door “Servant’s quarters”.
    If there isn’t justice served in this world, I’m sure there will be in the next.

    1. This is actually old news. In 2013, this was the subject of a documentary. I forget the details but he somehow got around it. Thanks for the link though. I had forgotten about it.

  3. Looks good. Gives the bare facts of the case, the fact that there is a lawsuit, what is being alleged, etc.

    No doubt some donors will believe what GFA tells them or at least wait to make a decision until the lawsuit is settled, but I suspect that donations will drop significantly over the coming months.

    We may also have a bunch of new people coming by this blog and wanting more background information.

    1. I hope that we have a bunch of new people coming here to check things out. I wish I could be optimistic about donations dropping but so far I have seen little evidence of that and considering the many questionable teachers out there that rake in millions in donations I am not going to hold my breath. I really wish reality were different than what it is.

      1. I am a new person. I was still drinking the kool-aid only 48 hours prior. You can thank the Diaspora for bringing me here.

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