Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC) Scam

Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC) Scam

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There is No Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC), so do not be fooled by scammers. I received a private FB message from a friend saying she had won $350,000US from facebook and had seen my name on the list of others who were entitled to money. She said she had already received the cheque and only had to pay an administration fee. She sent the link www.ffcgpp.com. My name was on the list amongst others, some had been paid $300,000 or more according to this site. My payment was $350,000. I filled out the form, address etc online and chatted online with someone who said I needed to pay a 1% administration fee of $5,700 NZ dollars within 48 hours. I private messaged my friend for reassurance who said the cheque was cleared but not to telephone as she was not well. However, I did telephone her and she had no knowledge of these emails and had not received $350,000US. I thought you should know about this scam.

The Fake Federal Facebook Compensation at ffcgpp.com

Fake Federal Facebook Compensation at ffcgpp.com

Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC) - Prize Claim

Office Address:

Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC)

300 Jericho Quadrangle, Dept. 300

Jericho, NY 11753. USA

Tel/Fax: 646 417 9132

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  • December 21, 2019 at 11:49 AM by an anonymous user from: St Johns, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada


    I have been trying to get this process completed for quite some time now. I have been on the website and nowhere does it says that I have to pay all of the fees that I paid out to get the process completed. Now I'm wondering can we work out something so I can get this done. I don't have any more money for what is asked to finish this. Now I'm looking at the website about it being a scam and I'm reading about people being told about this and no receiving any money. This is so unfair it's my own fault for falling for it. I now have to figure out I'm going to pay back all of the money I sent to get this done.

    Margaret B.

    • December 21, 2019 at 12:07 PM by info

      Never send money to anyone who claims you need to do so in order to receive a lottery prize, compensation or gift. This type of scam is called an advnance-fee scam, where potential victims are asked to send money, but after sending the money, they will not receive what they were promised.

  • November 2, 2019 at 12:20 AM by info

    "I received this email after an online chat with these people claiming to be the Federal Facebook Compensation. I initially got a message from a friend who said she had just received 350,000 US etc, the same scenario as the example on your website. We delayed the guy a day in order to phone my friend, despite that the language used was not her, and the technical details were beyond her computer / social media comprehension.

    I thought of stringing this guy along until he gave the bank details of how I was supposed to send the 5500 NZD to him/her on the basis that it might make it easier to trace the originators of this scam.



    - Forwarded message -

    Date: Fri, 1 Nov 2019 at 21:20

    Subject: Re: Ref# : 990070119!

    To: <billnelson.claim.agent@ffcgpp.com>

    Thank you for that. Will contact you again tomorrow (it is now 9-20pm )


    On Fri, 1 Nov 2019 at 21:11, <billnelson.claim.agent@ffcgpp.com> wrote:

    Dear Naomi,

    You can reply and continue the processing through this email address. I

    will be available to assist you through.



    Mr Bill Nelson,

    (Head Agent & Supervisor)

    A© Copyright 2019. Federal Grant Facebook Compensation."

    Received via email.

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Federal Facebook Compensation (FFC) Scam