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#1 TheJoker

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Posted 23 March 2018 - 05:07 PM

https://www.consumer...unds-scam-alert

https://www.theregis...d_in_scam_scam/

 

"We’ve heard that people are getting official-looking emails about the Western Union settlement. The thing to know is that you cannot apply for a refund by email. The scam emails we’ve seen ask for information about your Western Union transaction, along with your name and address. These emails are scams. Don’t respond, don’t give any information.

The only way to apply for a refund from the FTC’s Western Union settlement is to follow these steps:"

 

https://www.consumer...unds-scam-alert


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