ATTENTION: Consumers who have been contacted by scammers could have had their personal information breached. Angry Citizen highly recommends that consumers whose information has been breached obtain identity theft protection service immediately. There are several companies that offer identity theft protection in the US. One of the most inexpensive options we were able to find is the protection offered by LifeLock. You can start your protection here.
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Claim to be US Government awarding $8400 in grant money to select individuals. Want to transfer it to your bank account or credit card account. When I refused to give them that information, they said I could receive it through my local moneygram store and to call this number to verify my information 202.470.0827. At this juncture, I was told I had to pay a $250 deposit at Moneygram store to receive these funds. I told them to take it from the money they were giving me. When they said it had to come from my account, I said "I knew this was a scam . . . " and they hung up on me.Show more