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US GRANT LOAN, APPLY FOR GRANT MONEY WITH NO REPAYMENT.
albertapggrant@gmail.com


Scam Email received June 15, 2018 from michaelwilliam0005@gmail.com

albertapggrant@gmail.com
albertapggrant@gmail.com
Email From:

michaelwilliam0005@gmail.com

Subject:

US GRANT LOAN, APPLY FOR GRANT MONEY WITH NO REPAYMENT.

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albertapggrant@gmail.com, albertapggrant@gmail.com

Email Subject:

US GRANT LOAN, APPLY FOR GRANT MONEY WITH NO REPAYMENT.


US GRANT LOAN, APPLY FOR GRANT MONEY WITH NO REPAYMENT. – albertapggrant@gmail.com


Hello how are you doing?Have you heard about UFGP grant program? it&s the new Federal funding grant program, they give financial assistance to an individual and organization, collaborating with World Bank and United Nations, the agency promotes the social and economy well being for people and strengthening human services, They are anti-poverty policy they are non profit organisation funding by government, and quess what, its worldwide, you can also apply for grant from anyway in the whole-world and try your luck. The money is free you don&t pay back when you qualify i would advice you to apply for the grant because the program will soon end.You have to apply through their agent,The agent will help you he helped me during my own, you have to tell him tangible reason why you want to apply for the grant. You just have to tell him your present condition, when i contacted the Agent i told him my reasons and i&m granted and when my grant was approved i was asked to fill out a form so that the courier company can locate my destination, I&d that immediately and send it back to them, but if you choose bank transfer is ok, i was also asked to choose my preferable grant choice among the available grant prizes then i choose $5,000,000. 5million dollars after my grant is approved i was also told to pay for needful and back-up document of $50,000 for the grant amount that i choose, because every grant has it own amount payable and refundable, when you contact Mr Alberta he shall send to you all the avaliable grant list and the most amazing thing there is that, you do not have to pay back the grant and again no collatery requirement, its USA Federal GRANT PROGRAM Make sure you send your full correct details, so that they would not deliver your grant to wrong address at the point of delivery or transfer. https://m.facebook.com/US-Grant-Department-Agent-1734811893480082/ Click on message box on his page and Message him now and let him know that a friend told you to contact him on behalf of your grant money. Get in touch with the agent as quickly, as you can also incase you can&t reach him through facebook page then mail him on his Email, Name: Alberta PG Email: (albertapggrant@gmail.com) Private Line: +1-206-926-3752 It&s real and legal i&m extremely happy cause when i received the Money from the courier company, i quickly paid off my Old bills, and start my business again, I think it&s part of life&s opportunity, I&m not joking or pulling your legs, am very serious about this i was told by someone and i want you to do the same like i did, cause i think is part of life time opportunity don&t miss-out, I am happy for you because many people are waiting for this opportunity and they haven&t come across it. Oh i have been off phone because ever since have gotten this money i&ve been getting some strange calls. Best regards Kennedy Jr Washington DC. albertapggrant@gmail.com

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