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National Institute of Health Reports & Reviews (24)

Victim Location 66607
Type of a scam Government Grant

My name is Shannon Slover and I was contacted this afternoon buy an institution called the National Institute of Health located at 915 2nd Avenue West Seattle, Washington 98198 telephone number 206-538-5498 this was for an individual government grant. I was told it was tax free and in the amount of $14,566. They asked for the last 4 digits of my social security number and my state ID number. I spoke with a gentleman named Eric who then sent me to Mr. Tim Johnson holds the title of U.S. Senior Grant manager, said his U.S. Government badge ID # was JT10124A. He also gave me the email address of www.grants.nih.gov and even had me look up the website while he was on the phone with me I had several failed attempts because it wouldn't download upload and I heard a change in his voice and he had asked me to continue to try it again and then he told me that the funds would be deposited onto a debit card within 20 minutes of approval from my background check. And the backgrounds process was to go to Walmart and fill a red and white form in the background check was to make sure I was not a murderer or a terrorist and he kept stressing that I was not allowed to use my money for any illegal activities or buying drugs are selling drugs and after the clerk at Walmart through MoneyGram confirmed my background I would receive a white receipt with an 8 digit number and they tell you that you have to stay on the phone with them the whole time so he proceeded to tell me that they needed a refundable deposit of $360 that would be refunded instantly with my grant money and when I told him that I lived on disability had a limited income that I could not afford that he told me that because they were a government agency that because I refused the grant that all my government benefits would cease because it showed the government that I didn't need the money I live on $*** a month who doesn't need extra money but from what I understand is that when you get a grant from the government and this is per Social Security they do not ask for even a refundable deposit

Victim Location 29379
Type of a scam Government Grant

I wona $14,566 grant but I have to go to Walmart and for registration with $320 refundable dollars

Victim Location 30044
Type of a scam Government Grant

They call you over and over again and they already have your information telling you that you have been a good citizen and the government wants to reward you with grant money for 14000 or more and all you have to do is give them the tax money or registration to prove you are who you say you are. This didn't sit well with me at all and they have a site too called www.nih.gov for you to go onto and they tell you it's only good for 24 hours. Sorry, no fool here.

Victim Location 63383
Type of a scam Government Grant

They said that I was eligible for a $14,000 grant from the government, HOWEVER, the company wasn't related to the government at all...

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