Derick Dillard isn't the only family member who has had his business shut down. RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal Counting On patriarch Jim Bob Duggar had two of his businesses revoked by the state.
Duggar launched Save-N-Go, INC, a for profit corporation on January 22, 1988.
According to a spokesperson for Arkansas Secretary of State, the company was eventually revoked by the state because the Jim Bob only filed an annual report on the business in 1991.
Then on May 1, 2015, Jim Bob and his wife Michelle started Duggar Processing, LLC, which is a limited liability company.
The Secretary of State revoked the business on January 1, 2017 because Duggar did not file tax requirements for 2016, 2017 and 2018.
He is currently manager of the Limited Liability Company Duggar Properties, which is currently in good standing.
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, his son-in-law Derick Dillard and daughter Jill's charity Dillard Family Ministries was dissolved on February 8, 2018 by the Board of Directors, which includes Derick and Jill.
In August 2017, Duggar and Dillard announced they are discontinuing the charity.
"Thank you so much for your support of Dillard Family Ministries through your prayers and financial resources," they posted on their blog. "Beginning this month, we are discontinuing Dillard Family Ministries and will no longer be accepting donations through this organization."
Although Dillard Family Ministries was properly registered with the IRS, fans slammed the nonprofit.
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In 2015, the couple asked for up to $100 per month from fans to fund their first international "mission effort." But they didn't explain what the donations would be used for.
"I would never donate to a charity that doesn't let me know exactly where and how my money will be used," one user wrote, as a second said, "I would like to know exactly what they do over there, is really just preaching? They are not helping to better the life of people they see?"
Dillard then started a Pure Charity fundraiser to ask for a one-time goal of $6,500.
"For the next year, I will be serving through a program at my home church, called the Cross Church School of Ministry," the description for the fundraiser read. "I am so excited about this incredible opportunity for further ministry development, and I would like to invite you to share in this excitement with me."
He added, "I have a donations goal of $6,500. This will enable me to fulfill my specific calling to ministry this year, including trips for Gospel-advancement and humanitarian work in Northwest Arkansas, North America, and abroad."
Dillard raised $125 before the fundraiser was shut down.
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