Thieves are everywhere my friends and Facebook is used as a big tool to drive the thievery of your personal information. Sadly, someone falls for the multitude of scams that are published every day. One scam has been presented to Tyler residents as being able to get money from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). Here’s what it looks like so you don’t get stolen from.

I saw this when I was scrolling through the All Things Tyler Facebook group. It is a post from a Corey Starr (most likely not the real Corey Starr, account was probably hacked by these people and is now being used for this) saying that FEMA is just willy nilly handing out money. Its very enticing, too, anywhere from $1,200 to $18,200 you could get. Here’s what it looks like:

There are a bunch of pictures lifted from the FEMA website. It looks nice and neat. Its a scam. Someone did comment on the post and got a response from Corey Starr saying to message him…

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