Department of health and human services – fake

This person hacked into my grandmothers Facebook and pretended to be her. She told me that she and I will both get a check in the mail from the department of health and human services. Then they told me to text the number from Washington DC. It is the Same area code as DHS’s number but it is not the same one. I did not fall for this scam. My grandma said she has not been on that fb account in a year and it has been hacked. I called the number and they sounded Indian. I told them I know it is a scam and they threatened to kill me , they had gotten ahold of my address through my grandmas Facebook messages. I know they are bluffing but this is scary. Please find this person responsible.

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