Read the warning!
ATTENTION: If you've been contacted by grant scammers, your personal information may have been breached.
ScamGuard 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.
Disclaimer: The information and opinions contained on this site are not endorsed by LifeLock. ScamGuard receives compensation from LifeLock. This helps support our scam prevention efforts.
Wanting information to get a grant
Sep 24, 2013
Guy called with broken accent, wanting information for some education grant.
Said the company was education US. and when I didn't give him specific to his questions,
I told him that I wasn't sure it wasn't a scam he stated that he hasn't asked for any money. He said I was too old to understand and starting calling me names. When I called the phone number back it went to a fax number.
I get scam emails and phone calls so I talk long enough and the scam will fall apart. So He never got any money.
Complaint #: 2207
- Did you find this complaint useful?