Retired and Worker Compensation Board or RWCB Scam

Retired and Worker Compensation Board or RWCB Scam

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Scammers are cloning Facebook accounts and using the cloned accounts to contact their potential victims, telling them about a Retired and Worker Compensation Board/RWCB program. The scammers trick potential victims into calling them by claiming they are agents working for the federal government, and they currently have a promotional program or grant to help the retired and disable with cash.

To make their trick more convincing, the scammers will claim they saw your name on a list of people who are qualified to receive money. If potential victims fall for the scam and send money, the scammers will take it and disappear. The victims, on the other hand, will not receive the money they were promised.

So remember, always stop and think carefully when you are asked to send money in order to receive money

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  • February 14, 2020 at 12:13 PM by an anonymous user from Stone Mountain, Georgia, United States

    I fell victim and bit into the fruit perhaps an apple on two occasions. Once it locked down my hard drive that had to be reloaded by my computer brother because I am low tech. I have bi-polar manic depression and scammers try constantly almost on a daily basis to scam me, usually female impersonators often with connection to the country of Nigeria which is politically incorrect for me to say due to the prevailing social mores of political correctness. Nevertheless I pissed off what I think was an Islamic Arab connection of bad guys and they flashed a bright red light on the screen and I became paranoid delusional as a consequence. They got no money from me but the resulting psychosis caused me to do some weird stuff which got me involuntarily committed to a mental health facility for some 14 days. Now I am well on the road to recovery with the appropriate medication to treat my illness in order that I may once again become a functioning and productive member of society.

    I that you from the bottom of my heart for addressing the pressing issues that confront our nation the United States of America in this age of confusion and lack of appropriate stability because I am unlike others not so optimistic about the future of this Great Nation.


  • September 3, 2019 at 1:38 PM by info

    "I would like to report a person who keeps calling me saying they are with the worker’s compensation for retired, workers, old, young, disabled with cash in the society. Offering me money by simply answering a few questions. The number contact for the worker’s Comp agent is 469-431-0980."

    Received via email.


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