This is my grandma’s friend who I’ve spoken to once in my whole life. What scam is this? Because it’s got serious scammy vibes.

This is my grandma’s friend who I’ve spoken to once in my whole life. What scam is this? Because it’s got serious scammy vibes.


The content was posted by rattus-domestica on 2021-11-09 15:31:04 via reddit

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13 Comments

  1. PleasantAmphibian101 says:

    Her account got hacked for sure. Fake grant, it’s likely meant to steal your info.

  2. They will need a payment from you to receive the ‘blessed money’, which of course doesn’t exist. Can you message your friend, tell them their Nana’s been hacked.

  3. Princessluna44 says:

    This happened to a friend of *my mom* as well. 😛 Their account was hacked. All you can do is let them know and report it to the social media site.

  4. Assuming she’s also the same age as your grandma. I can assume that this account has been hacked.

  5. thewindinthewillows says:

    It’s an !advancefee scam. The account was hacked/phished.

    (I knew which one it was just from your subject line. The “being contacted by someone I barely know” thing, particularly if it’s an older person, tends to go like that.)

  6. Totally hacked. Any way to let them know, like calling them?

  7. Skim this subreddit’s history. The same scam is posted here almost daily.

  8. WhomInTheFookest says:

    Smells like a scam to me

  9. $150,000!?! That amount alone screams scam

  10. RickyRicardo777 says:

    Greed is the mother of every scam

  11. TwiztedDream says:

    Report under I’d like to help, there’s a hacked option.
    This has been happening a lot.

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