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Individuals are increasingly turning to Internet crowdfunding sites to finance personal expenses, from college education to infertility treatments to honeymoons.
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Some who lost their homes or businesses in Superstorm Sandy have turned to crowd-funding websites to elicit a faster response than they might get from the government or traditional charities.
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