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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