Financial hardship can bring out the worst in folks, as Derick Dillard and the Duggar family have shown. Jill Duggar Dillard's husband started a $10,000 GoFundMe after TLC cut him from "Counting On" over transgender bullying. However, the GoFundMe giving profile reveals another charity scam, fake donations and what looks like hush money from the "19 Kids and Counting" Duggars.

Derick Dillard's ludicrous 'charity' scam

Some people never learn. Derick and Jill Dillard have started yet another fundraiser that poses as a charity but is in fact for personal use.

Dillard Family Ministries was accused of misuse of funds when the "19 Kids and Counting" stars posed as missionaries without training or church support. The Reality TV celebs used funds to travel back and forth instead of reserving it for missions. Pure Charity pulled another Dillard donation request for $6,000 when, again, he solicited money for personal use under the guise of a non-profit.

Dillard's third disingenuous mission fundraiser

Did the price of missionary school rise steeply recently? The Duggar family son-in-law is now seeking $10,000 on GoFundMe to pay for Bible classes. On Pure Charity, the former "19 Kids and Counting" cast member only asked for $6,000 to finally be the accredited missionary he's claimed.

But times are tighter since TLC dropped him from "Counting On" for harassing Jazz Jennings of "I Am Jazz" on Twitter. Is Derick Dillard adding $4,000 to make up for lost reality television income? Either way, it's still scamming because he's still making it out to be a charity.

Duggar family pay to silence SIL

The ex-TLC Celebrities have raised an impressive $2,714 toward the $10,000 GoFundMe but $2,694 came from one anonymous donor in a private offline donation.

Folks are pretty sure that Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar are the source of that. Jim Bob Duggar is notorious for buying off wayward kids. Josh Duggar and his wife Anna Duggar were given lovely parting gifts after they got "19 Kids and Counting" canceled and were left out of "Counting On" over the cheating and sister molestation scandal.

Trolls shame sham Duggar fundraiser

Dillard and Duggar have raised $15 from what looks like three fake profiles in an attempt at humor. "Jim Bob Jennings" (a spoof of Duggar and Jazz Jennings) donated $10. "Yuza Grifter" donated $5. The sum total of the ex "Counting On" celebrities legitimate takings is $5 from one kindly friend. The rest appears to be a family buyout. Perhaps Jessa Duggar Seewald, Jinger Duggar Vuolo or Joy-Anna Duggar Forsyth felt generous after their molestation lawsuit windfall?