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Someone called me said they were from the federal government and they said I was chosen for a grant of 7000 dollars they gave me a I'd number fa4682 and the phone number I supplied was told to give the I'd # ,they go to a walmart or some western union and was fold to paid 250.00 dollars and one some from New York would then send me my grant money.They new my name and we're I live but when I told them that I rather the government take it from my grant because I didn't quite believe it that's when they hung up.So I believe someone is using the federal government in a scam.Show more