I was contacted by someone I know on Facebook, that he had won $150,00.00 through a company called New Year Empowerment Program, and that he saw my name on the winners list and that I should contact a certain Agent David Clinton who says he works for the Federal Government. I contacted him though text messaging and he assured me that my name was on the winner’s list and that I would have to give him information regarding my Facebook account, he also advised me that I neede to pay $800.00 dollars for the delivery fee and filing of my winnings. He gave me the persons name for whom I had to send the money to which is Dana Fantozzi @ 108 Hickory Knoll Lane, Gloucester Virginia 23061, because I didn’t have the full amount I sent him/her $200.00. He then text me back the next day to ask me for more money, I replied and told him that I don’t have the money and that he would help me get the winning money to me and I can pay him back, all this accured over the last 2 days. From April 25, 2015 to April 28, 2015. When I went to check my Facebook Messages the person who was sending me the messages deleted everything, but I still have all my text messaging between Mr. David Clinton and myself. As of today I have not received any text from him. I sent the money through Western Union and have the receipt to prove it as well. I hope something comes out of this scam and that I recieve my money back. thank you Internet .
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