U.S. Federal Government Review

These people were impersonating government officials, offering me a personal grant from the U.S. federal government for "having no debt and having paid all my taxes on time."You don’t get free money for doing what you’re supposed to do, and ESPECIALLY not without applying for a grant (which I have not done)! And I’m pretty sure the government isn’t in the business of providing personal grants for no apparent purpose at any rate…There are 29 pages’ worth of complaints about this number stretching back to 2007, at 800notes.com/Phone.aspx/1-202-000-0000/

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