Philanthropist Bill Pulte has been a sensation on Twitter after starting the hashtag #TwitterPhilanthropy and giving away tens of thousands of dollars to people in need – especially veterans.
Pulte has given away $10,000 to a homeless veteran, a $20,000 new car and $10,000 in cash to female combat veteran and single mom, Lena Ramon, along with many, many more inspiring acts of sharing.
Yesterday, Pulte was doxxed by a man that had asked him for help, who then claimed he “didn’t think that was your real cell phone number.”
Pulte and his wife then began receiving hateful messages and threats.
“It looks like there is a group of people retaliating against me because I am not giving them money,” Pulte tweeted. “The doxxing of my personal information was done in retaliation. I will keep you more posted as we learn more on who and what helped this person doxxing my personal data.”
Some of the threatening messages included information on Pulte’s personal cars and credit cards.
Despite the doxxing and threatening messages, Bill Pulte has responded with goodwill, offering even more charitable donations to the public.
Since the attack, Pulte has offered to go review GoFundMe requests with his wife and fulfill them, and further offered to give over $15,000 as a random act of kindness.
“My wife and I will not be deterred,” Pulte tweeted. “We are going to give even more! While my legal team works on this matter, we will be helping people this afternoon and also do another giveaway! Stay tuned! Get excited! GAME TIME!”