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MoneyGram Or Western Union Tried To Warn You!

How Many Of You Paid Attention To The Statements On MoneyGram Or Western Union?

For your protection…

MoneyGram is working to protect you and your family from fraud.


Valued MoneyGram Customer STOP!


Answer the questions below to help KEEP YOUR MONEY SAFE:

Are you sending money to the IRS or another government agency?

Are you sending money, returning an overpayment, or ‘escrowing’ money to buy a car, a puppy or other goods, or to rent an apartment?

Are you sending money to claim lottery or prize winnings, or for a ‘guaranteed’ credit card or loan?

Are you responding to an Internet offer, letter or phone call that asks you to wire money for a ‘job offer’ or ‘mystery shopping’?

Are you sending money to someone out of the state or country who claims to be a relative needing cash for an emergency?

Are you sending money to someone you don’t know or whose identify you can’t verify?

If you answered YES to any of the questions, DO NOT SEND the money transfer – someone may be trying to steal your money. Fraudsters can quickly collect the funds you sent at the pick-up location. If you have already sent it, ask the sales clerk to STOP your transfer immediately or call us at 1-800-926-9400.

Now think for a minute!

They ask you “Are you sending money to someone you don’t know or whose identify you can’t verify?

Instead of answering this honestly. You said you knew your scammer.

We are not putting this here to blame you, but rather to help you realize that you were completely willing to sacrifice your own honesty and integrity for your scammer!

As you recover from your scam, this is one of the questions you will need to address for yourself.

It is not a pleasant thought to realize you would lie, cheat, or maybe even commit a crime for a total stranger. But at least understand that about yourself, you can take steps