- Report: #132648
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Complaint Review: Federal Grant Processing Center
Federal Grant Processing CenterLas Vegas, NV Las Vegas, Nevada U.S.A.
Federal Grant Processing Center STEALING MONEY FROM STUDENTS! Ripoff! Las Vegas Nevada
Later, I called the number they had given me. The number gave me an adult toy store. The address was also that adult toy store in Las Vegas. I quickly rushed to my bank and closed the account at the same time a transfer request of $2,000 was being made. Thankfully, they did not get the money and an investigation is now pending.
Should a middle-eastern sounding man with the knickname "Warrick Finch" call you, do not even respond. IT IS A SCAM. They have stolen thousands of dollars from students across the country with the promise of a federal grant. They will also tell you that they have been outsourced by the government. This, of course, is not true. Do not believe a word they say and do not, under any circumstance, give them ANY of your information. They act quickly. Within two hours of my giving away the information, my bank had been contacted with a transfer of funds. Hopefully I will be able to aid in catching the scam-artists because I may be able to trace the account, which is somewhere in Nevada and, to any bank, would seem perfectly legit.
Ithaca, New York
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