No, I don’t meant she’s getting in trouble as in they’re adding to her already escalated cholesterol level, rather she’s getting in trouble with the organization itself.
Her mother put a Facebook ad up promising autographs in exchange for cookie purchases. The Girl Scouts said that’s a no-no because you can’t sell cookies online. But if it raises money for a good cause, why should it matter? I guess the lesson is that little girls need to go door to door talking to strangers in real life, not just FB message them with a link to a website.
Are the Girl Scouts overreacting here or are they right?