Grant Scam-BCDP

A man calling himself George, pretending to be my brother-in-law, contacted me via Facebook messenger. He said I could get a government grant for $90,000. He said he had gotten the grant. He said he didn’t believe it either until he received the cash at his front door. A man by the name of Hammond Hayes contacted me and asked me to fill out some paperwork. The paperwork asked for my name, address, county, date of birth, marital status, email address, phone number, occupation, gender, age, any hearing issues, credit card numbers, income from social security, credit score, rent or house payment, purpose of the grant, etc. I caught on and the only thing I had given them was my cell phone number. I won’t be in contact with them anymore.

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