Better Community Development Program or BCDP Scam

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Better Community Development Program or BCDP Scam

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I was contacted by a Williams Johnson via Facebook messenger claiming he is from BCDP United Nation Non-Profit Organization and I should send my name, address, age, phone, number, sex and email. He stated that I could receive money if I just send processing fee. Then he assured me it was legit. He called back and the guy had an foreign accent of an Afghanistanian and right away I knew it was a scam. I threated to turn this over to the FBI.

Remember, once you are asked to send money in order to received money, it is a scam. Do not be fooled by online scammers who make billions of dollars every year from their victims via these advance-fee scams.

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  • January 9, 2020 at 5:34 PM by an anonymous user from Tucker, Georgia, United States

    Hello. I was contacted by a 'friend' on messenger.

    **Kenny Atkins** He has began an online scam. He reached out to me regarding a program designed to aid certain groups or disadvantaged people. This is most definitely a scam. He contacted a family member of 'ours' in August of 2019 with the same request. He has managed to find out some of the family members and is trying to scam us. He has the same name of an existing family member. He has several family pic's and family 'friends' from Facebook. His photo does not match the family member that he is "supposedly portraying.

    I will be posting to my Facebook homepage/story alerting my family and friends that this has occurred.

    Our messages are below.

    ** Here are Kenny Atkins' responses to me.**

    Chat Conversation Start

    You're friends on Facebook

    Went to Eagle's Landing High School

    Lives in Anniston, Alabama

    Mon 2:16 PM

    Say hI to your new Facebook friend, Kenny.

    4:16 PM

    **Hello

    **How are you doing?

    I'm great. How are you?

    **Am fine doing great and excited today

    What's got you excited?

    **I was just wondering if you heard anything about Better Community Development Program (BCDP)?

    No

    **The program is to improve the quality of life for low-income, underserved, disadvantaged and the assistance of those who are in need of money to pay bill,retired, deaf, worker, disable and old men and women. You didn't get any money from them?

    I don't know anything about it

    **I got 50,000 from them I don't believe such opportunity can ever exist to me until my bank verify the money and see its legal you don't need to pay it back and I think you can also apply too,Do you know how to get them?

    No

    ** https://www.facebook.com/Bezzy-660312621050611/

    Bezzy

    TV Network

    Send Message

    **Click on this link to message the agent that you are ready to claim your grant money

    **Do it now for me to put you through

    Why?

    What information would they need?

    Or, should I ask you what information you had to provide?

    **I gave them my full name and address to check if am eligible for it

    **Message her now to know if you are eligible for it

    I'll have to ponder on it for a little bit.

    **I want you to know that if this is not real and if I didn't got anything from them I wouldn't have asked you to go for it.

    Do I know of anyone (besides you) that has benefited from this program?

    Our mutual friends?

    **Should I send you her text number

    **The person that also got the money from them

    Name and # will be fine.

    My question was, "Do you and I" have a mutual friend who benefited from this program?

    **Nope I said that before

    No, you didn't day that.

    You offered to send a text # to me so that I could text her so she could tell me that "she also got the money from them"

    **202 852 9829

    I was wondering how ya'll sister and mom doin?

    Hello?

    remove

  • December 26, 2019 at 5:09 AM by an anonymous user from Memphis, Tennessee, United States

    I received a call from a text from my aunt's account. It wasn't my aunt but a scam. I was asked to text this telephone number 1-559-245-9098. They almost got me. So please be careful with this number.

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  • October 25, 2019 at 5:49 PM by an anonymous user from Topeka, Kansas, United States

    I have someone that is contacting me and asking for my Facebook information and they want me to send them an eBay card of $200 just to get $10,000,000. I'm not sure if this is a scam or not.

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    • October 25, 2019 at 6:37 PM by info

      It is a scam. Once you are asked to send gift cards or money in order to receive money or a lottery prize, it is a scam.

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