I think it just sounds fancier than "anything I can do to enhance your stay." Like people who say "myself" when it should be "I." Or "I" when it should be "me."
I'm the opposite. I have the harshest judgment for people who take advantage of those who don't have any common sense, or are stupid, or are the type who can be manipulated by cults. It's like scammers who target old people--it's the scammers who are at fault there, not the old people, and that problem could be solved in a heartbeat if the scammers would just stop.
And maybe I'm a terrible friend, but I'm not friends with people whose ethics offend me, even if they don't think what they're doing is unethical. In Leah's case, I think she's all three--lacking in common sense, stupid, and easily manipulated--so I feel bad for her, but I draw the line, but if she were my friend, I would draw the line at her recruiting people into the cult.
So, like @heatherchandler, I have to grudgingly give Kail some respect for trying to protect innocent randos, possibly at the cost of a friendship. I hope she feels achieved for doing it.