- Report: #886297
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Complaint Review: United States Grant Department
United States Grant Departmenti dont know they just keep calling my phone washington, Washington DC United States of America
United States Grant Department this morning when I answered it the man started out by telling me that he was from the US Grant Department in Washington DC. He then stated that I have been choosing for $7000 dollars that I would not washington, Washington DC
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Well i decided to answer it today and the man explained that he was from the United States grant department in Washington DC. He said I had been choosen to receive $7000 that I did not have to pay.
He then started being really rude and smart with me saying he couldnt hear me. I told him thats because I was not saying anything. So he got even ruder and told me that my background noise was disturbing him. I got really angry at that point and told him I didnt care what was disturbing him that I have small children, and I hung up on him.
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