Wichita, Kansas 2021-10-28 13:58:12 –
Kansas City, Kansas (WDAF) – Hundreds of donors have stood up to help a woman in Kansas City, Kansas, who “wrongly” cleaned her home.
Last weekend, My’Rohn Guthrie returned to an empty unit at Gateway Plaza Town Home.
When contacting property management, they first told her to contact the police until they checked their records.
“At that time, they said to me,’I’m sorry we cleaned the wrong unit,’ Guthrie said.
Guthrie estimated that a mismanagement resulted in the loss of $ 32,000 worth of belongings.
She set GoFundMe with a goal of $ 25,000.
“Our apartment in Kansas City, Kansas accidentally” accidentally “cleaned the entire apartment and started over. Everything from bed sets to socks and birth certificates will have to be repurchased. This will help us offer a new home and buy what we need, such as clothes, shoes and toiletries. Guthrie wrote about her fundraiser.
As of Thursday, October 28, 12:00 pm, Guthrie had raised over $ 29,000.
A representative of Seldin, which manages Gateway Plaza, said he sent a statement Wednesday that he was investigating and working on Guthrie’s solution.
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