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Received a Messenger Text from a person posing as a Facebook Friend.Messenger: I was wondering, if you have heard about the BAP programs giving out a grant?Me: What is the BAP Program?Messenger:I meant the Bonus Anniversary from the Federal gov’t money agency to help people financially, I got $150,000. Did you get yours also?Me: No. That’s good.Messenger: Should I give you the agent text number.Now you will text her and you can talk to her now and apply for yours too.Me: No thanksMessenger: Okay

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