Claim remission of scammed funds from Western Union now!

Quick update…

overnight shipping viagra to canada price elasticity of demand extended essay source sildenafil antibiotika here brief thesis outline does lasix cause weight gain go to site thesis tungkol sa pagiging huli sa klase gilt viagra als droge where can i buy viagra in england follow url viagra sklepy online cheap viagra 60 pills go to link how much viagra do you take buy esl critical essay on donald trump follow url cuantas horas antes de tomar viagra shelf-life of doxycycline hyclate capsule vibramycin essay competition international 2012 writing persuasive essays ventolin quanti spruzzi Its Official!

I have received notification from both Stay Smart Online and ACORN that its now possible to claim for losses because of scams from Western Union, but claims MUST be in by 12 FEBRUARY 2018.

Department of Justice Seal

Western Union has entered into agreements with the US Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission to make $586 million (USD) available to victims. You do not need to be a US citizen or resident to make a claim.

You will need to provide details and evidence of each transaction to the US Department of Justice (DoJ), and they say it may take some time to process, but at least we will be on the list.
The Department of Justice say, in their FAQs:

The amount you get will probably be a percentage of the amount you lost minus any refund you have already gotten.
Your payment will be based only on the amount of the money transfer. You cannot recover collateral expenses such as Western Union fees, incidental losses, or transfers sent through other companies.
It will still take some time—potentially a year or more—to process and verify petitions, and determine who is eligible to get a payment.

To access the remission forms, and access other information about this, go here.  Good Luck.  I will certainly be doing this.

PS: getting a notification from ACORN about this shows that it is useful to make reports to ACORN.

Published by

Jan Marshall

I was the victim of an online romance scam in 2012. I lost over $260k. I share my understanding about what happened, how I recovered and the latest trends

4 thoughts on “Claim remission of scammed funds from Western Union now!”

Leave a Reply