Has someone offered you a huge sum of money or a valuable consignment? It's a 419 or advance fee fraud - find out how they work, and what to do to be safe.
#407726 by AlanJones Sun Apr 05, 2020 12:17 am
From: Michaelle Louis - [email protected]
Reply-to: [email protected]
Subject:
Tel. No.: +22999661390

The Federal Trade Commission has extended the claim filing deadline for its $586 million settlement with Western Union. Consumers who’ve previously lost money to a scammer that took payment through Western Union now have until May 31st to file a claim and recoup those funds.

The settlement covers a wide range of potential victims; anyone who got scammed between January 1st, 2014 to
December 31st, 2019 is eligible to submit a claim. You’re not necessarily guaranteed to get all of your stolen cash back, however as the FTC says “the amount you get will depend on how much you lost and the number of people who submit valid claims.”


The process of going through those claims might take up to an entire year, so don’t expect repayment anytime soon. A social security must also be provided, as the Justice Department will check to see that you don’t owe the feds any money. If you do, it’ll come out of your refund amount.

If you got duped multiple times (come on, people), you can submit a claim for each incident. Even those who have since lost the paperwork related to the money transfer are encouraged to file for a refund.

The FTC and DOJ first announced this settlement with Western Union back in January 2017. Their stance was that the wire transfer service didn’t do nearly enough to protect the gullible folks among us from the Nigerian princes of the world and other people running advance-fee scams. The agreement covers nearly any instance of getting bamboozled by someone so long as the money went through Western Union. The FTC says these are just a few possibilities:
reconfirm your information such as;
Name:....
Country:....
City:....
Phone Number:....
Age:....
Occupation:....
thanks for your corporation.Also contact us via below email
([email protected])
Phone Number:+229 99 66 13 90
regard
Michaelle Louis

Please do not tell scammers that they are listed here - it will take them seconds to change their fake details and their new details will not be listed for any future victims to find.
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#408370 by FishyMails Tue Apr 14, 2020 11:59 am
Reply-to: [email protected]
From: Michaelle Louis <[email protected]>
Tel: +22999661390
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 08:57:59 +0000
Subject:

The Federal Trade Commission has extended the claim filing deadline for its $586 million settlement with Western Union. Consumers who’ve previously lost money to a scammer that took payment through Western Union now have until May 31st to file a claim and recoup those funds.

The settlement covers a wide range of potential victims; anyone who got scammed between January 1st, 2014 to
December 31st, 2019 is eligible to submit a claim. You’re not necessarily guaranteed to get all of your stolen cash back, however as the FTC says “the amount you get will depend on how much you lost and the number of people who submit valid claims.”


The process of going through those claims might take up to an entire year, so don’t expect repayment anytime soon. A social security must also be provided, as the Justice Department will check to see that you don’t owe the feds any money. If you do, it’ll come out of your refund amount.

If you got duped multiple times (come on, people), you can submit a claim for each incident. Even those who have since lost the paperwork related to the money transfer are encouraged to file for a refund.

The FTC and DOJ first announced this settlement with Western Union back in January 2017. Their stance was that the wire transfer service didn’t do nearly enough to protect the gullible folks among us from the Nigerian princes of the world and other people running advance-fee scams. The agreement covers nearly any instance of getting bamboozled by someone so long as the money went through Western Union. The FTC says these are just a few possibilities:
reconfirm your information such as;
Name:....
Country:....
City:....
Phone Number:....
Age:....
Occupation:....
thanks for your corporation.Also contact us via below email
([email protected])
Phone Number:+229 99 66 13 90
regard
Michaelle Louis

Important: Any email messages I have posted here are scams. Don't reply to these messages or click on any links. Please do not tell these criminals that their messages are posted here.

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