FTC Mails Redress Checks to Fraud Victims Who Lost Money Through MoneyGram’s Money Transfer System

May 04, 2010 by Confero Inc.

Last week brought some great news for consumers who were victimized in some of the recent money-wiring scams. On April 28th, 2010 the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) announced that it would begin mailing more than 34,000 checks to consumers who were victims of some of the fake-check scams that involved payments via MoneyGram International, Inc.

For more information about these legitimate redress checks please visit the FTC’s news release here.

For more information about these types of scams, please visit our Consumer Alerts.

If you have been a victim of a fake check scam, make sure you report this to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) by filling out the complaint form on the FTC’s website .

Tagged: scam, consumer alert, fake check scams, federal trade commission,

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