Facebook Messanger Scam

I received a friend request on facebook from someone I knew. After saying hello to each other, she asked me if I knew about the GEG program. that she had gotten $50,000 from them. She gave me a number, 765-351-1608 to text and said to hurry before it was gone.I did and was told his name was John Janney and he was the assistant agent of the Green Energy Grant Program for the new year of 2019. He asked for my name and address, did some "checking" and lo and behold I was eligible! He just needed $2,000 for fees so he could send it via UPS the next day!Of course I declined and after I posted it on facebook, the real friend said she did not send a friend request and the same thing happened to other friends of hers.

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