Freeman Goerge

A Facebook friend posts a friend request (I am already her friend), but I went ahead and said OK. Now I have two identical friends. Got a message from "her" about "how is the family" and etc. In our chat, I got nothing specific from "her" and she told me that she had gotten $50,000 (copying and pasting now) "Did you know I got $50,000 through the department of health and human service, they are helping all Youth, Retired, widows, Disabled and Old in the society." (Red Flag: no s on service, some words capitalized and other not).I went to the Facebook page of "Freeman Goerge" (yes, spelling of GOERGE is correct) and there I could ask for an application (?) for "my" GRANT money!!Got the following reply from them: "This empowerment program was set up to help the people in the society which you are also part of them to have a good standard of living and to increase them financially and is being back by federal government let me check our Data Base now and see if your Government Grant is still available for claim, I will get back to you as soon as possible Congratulation on your winnings as our verification team alerts that your data verification process was successful and your Government Grant Money is still available for claim. You have to fill up some information’s so we can proceed and be sure we are delivering the money to the right winner:"(Please note punctuation, apostrophes and correct usage of the English language.)After talking to the local BBB and The Federal Trade Commission, the rep at the FTC told me that she believed that the "friend person" I first messaged back and for with, WAS NOT MY ACTUAL FRIEND, but a person connected to the "Freeman Goerge" Facebook page. THEN………..I remembered the "friend request" from the person whom I was already "friends" with and now having two identical friends!!!!! I had been suspicious all along since I could never get a direct answer from "her".I telephoned "her" and she is on a trip and did not have her computer with her and knew absolutely nothing about all of this. When she does get home to her computer, she’ll have to do some "housecleaning".Sooooo, if you have a "friend" and things just don’t seem quite right, BE AWARE!!!

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