United States grant and treasury imposter Review

I was called a couple different times I finally just answered and a man said I was chosen along with 1700 other people for a grant of 9,200 that I would not have to pay back he gave me a grant # and phone number to call I called the phone number and gave grant # he asked how I would like to receive it I said mail he said they only do money grams and I would need $250 with me to get the $9,200 I asked why and what the $250 is for after asking a few times he said it’s for a registration card so asked what’s a registration card and he said an iTunes card at this point I knew it was a scam I called Walmart to ask if they even give money in the amount of $9,200

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