I just received a grant check for $4090 from Mr. Ronnie Ellison. I actually thought that it was my lucky day and the money couldn't have come at a better time. Both of our vehicles are in the shop with over $600 worth of work that needs to be done. My husband being the smart and very keen when it comes to "too good to be true" things told me to look online and see what I could find out. I first checked out their website which looked credible to me, which included the pictures of all of the grant brokers. I knew that the bank name on the check was a real bank because I have seen lots of ads for Washington Mutual Bank (Wamu). Then I decided to dig a little deeper and used my search engine Mamma.com and found this website.
I read the first letter from a woman in Hawaii. Then I searched for some more reports. To my surprise I found LOTS of them! I could definitely use the money, but the difference I find between me and the other reports I was reading is I NEVER went online to apply for any grants! I have no idea how they got my name or even knew about my financial struggles. Ever since I got married I have shredded EVERY application for credit cards, loans etc. Makes me wonder how safe my identity actually is.
The reason I decided to write this report is because first of all I wanted to THANK this website and ALL of the people that took the time to let other people know to be on the look out for this scam. I was almost taken in, but after reading the reports I told my husband to shred the check.
Please do not cash the check. I don't know what would have happened in my life if I would have. I am glad that there are still good and honest people out there in the world. We need to hear more from them and less from the dishonest jerks just waiting to raid our piggy banks. I hope that the Better Business Bureau finds out about this company and puts them behind bars for a very long time.