Victim Location 01527
Type of a scam Government Grant
I was private messaged by my daughter’s friend (if that is true-I looked and we are mutual friends so not sure) and he told me that he received a free grant of $15,000. Told me to contact Ms. Arnetta-Faye Eason on Facebook. When I did she told me about applying for a grant and sent me an application. "I am Federal Government Grant Appointed attorney Arnetta Faye Eason. I work for the United States Federal Government authority bureau on Federal government Grant benefit program. The grant benefit is been established to support a lot of individuals in the society, The aged, retired, disable, orphanages, self-employed, people who are striving hard to pay off the mortgages and medical debts. You will have to check back while back to us with your full name to check on the grant list either you’re qualified or NOT for the grant.
I went along with it to see what would happen – we all want free money, right? "Here are you important grant claiming details – Reference#: 0l7G553, Grant No::FN14/K7CP, Batch#: EB4/6902." (I did notice she had multiple spelling errors in her website and speaking with me so that was a big red flag for me. Almost immediately I was approved and had to give her a copy of my driver license. But I also wanted to check the website and it was invalid so she gave me another one to check – http://grantfederalgovern.wixsite.com/freefederalgrant. I was still skeptical and told her so -so she basically said well if you think it’s fake then I will remove you from the list. So I said, no let’s see how it goes. Then a few days later to reverify I wanted the grant she asked me if I was near a Walmart so I could Western Union her the one time grant fee. "You’re only making up front payment for the processing and clearance of and delivery of your grant.". The scale of fees is as follows: NOTE : Any amount you chose is what will be deliver to you and you will never pay it back because it’s not loan and will never be a loan.
You pay $300 and receive $20,000
You pay $650 and receive $50,000
You pay $950 and receive $80,000
You pay $1200 and receive $100,000
You pay $1,500 and receive $130,000
You pay $2,500 and receive $300,000
You pay $4,000 and receive $500,000
You pay $7,000 and receive $750,000
You pay $10,000 and receive $1,000,000
Of course I did not follow thru with it and told her to go away. Even my daughter’s friend came back and asked why I didn’t do it – he paid $300 for $15,000 and got the money. I think he is a hacker but I don’t have the tech savvy to figure that out! I knew it was too good to be true but I wanted to see how far they would go.
If this is a legitimate site – I would definitely go for it! I need debt relief!