A deal between Western Union and the federal Department of Justice will allow some people to recoup money they sent to scam artists using the wire transfer service.
A deal between Western Union and the federal Department of Justice will allow some people to recoup money they sent to scam artists using the wire transfer service. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file
A deal between Western Union and the federal Department of Justice will allow some people to recoup money they sent to scam artists using the wire transfer service. Mark Lennihan Associated Press file
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Scam victims who paid via Western Union may be eligible for refunds

January 10, 2018 08:13 PM

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