With 285,000 children living in poverty…

The Ururangi Trust Limited continues its fraudulent activity’s. Has so far received $15 million from the people of Waikato-Tainui to support beneficiary groups. The Maori king’s charitable trust supposedly supports the following:

(Waikato-Tainui Beneficiaries), Children / young people, Older people, People of a certain ethnic / racial origin, General public, Family / whanau, Children / young people, Children / young people

The reality is that those groups get absolutely no assistance from the Ururangi Trust and the Maori king. Those greedy b4stards. None. Zero. Zilch. Noothin!

The Ururangi Trust – a con, a scam, nothing but a multi-million dollar deception. Little wonder when you have a professional scammer, Whakaruru, running the show.

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10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Makerealbany
    Apr 15, 2014 @ 16:57:54

    This topic has come up again and again. How about you provide us with some of your insight into how this situation can be dealt with. Or are you just there to get us thinking because it seems to me that you are not getting through to enough people. It’s all very well saying this and that but if you never provide or suggest solutions what the hell is the point?


  2. Makerealbany
    Apr 16, 2014 @ 07:48:21

    No I have not forgotten and I agree with what you say. So tell me how the hell do we change it. Why hasn’t the Serious Fraud Office looked at this? Come on you seemed to have insider knowledge that we don’t. What steps would you put in place to address this problem?


  3. Celeste
    Apr 16, 2014 @ 09:19:47


  4. Makerealbany
    Apr 16, 2014 @ 17:45:53

    I have been reading the Charities Act particularly Compliance. If this was Government Funding that would be investigated. However it is our peoples money and as long as we let them rip us off and pay three staff members to work 50 hours a week each doing whatever they will continue. The darn expenditure is ridiculous and no they have not given a cent to anyone but themselves. How do we get to see the Expenditure facts in detail. Do they produce an Annual Report for the tribal Members to Peruse? I don’t know.


  5. Makerealbany
    Apr 16, 2014 @ 17:46:55

    Thanks Celeste I have been reading the links


  6. Makerealbany
    Apr 17, 2014 @ 11:27:04

    This is the Tribes money and as such we ought to be able to request a copy of the Annual Accounts. Hiding it all under Consolidated Expenditure is not transparent enough . Yes we want to know how much is spent on Power, Rent, travel, meals, accommodation, etc, etc. People who say we should leave it to the Members on the Trust and let them deal with it are crazy. Unless we can measure constructive support for the intended Beneficiaries it’s obvious the Trust is not working effectively.


  7. Moumouputea
    Jun 19, 2014 @ 20:18:23

    Why do whoever keep paying, All other grants and sponsorship, to the Ururangi Trust? Financial Performance listed in the Annual Return Summary looks debateable. I am no accountant at all so I could be all wrong. Is it true that only members of the Trust can re-elect its executive board members? I feel so hurt at what the figures I have read are telling me. There will be nothing left for our Mokos to reap. If someone could show me how to do something yep I would put my hand up and try. I don’t want my moko to say I never done nothing. Growl me if I have things all mucked up but please also educate me so I may learn. Kia ora koutou


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