Federal Grant Bureau

They called out the blue and had foreign accents annd said his name was Tyrone which was weird. He said because of my demographics I was selected by the federal government to receive $14,522 non-repayable. he said it could be deposited in my bank account or I can go get a reloadable card to put it. He told me I will have to go to Rite Aid or Walgreens and pay $350 to register for Apple whom he said sponsored the grant. During the phone call I Googled the scam and read the exact experiences others have had. I ended up calling them and cursing them out and told them Americans aren’t stupid and I wish you was in front of me.

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