A $586 million settlement between the federal government and Western Union will let people who wired money to scammers reclaim some of that cash.
A $586 million settlement between the federal government and Western Union will let people who wired money to scammers reclaim some of that cash. Mark Lennihan AP
A $586 million settlement between the federal government and Western Union will let people who wired money to scammers reclaim some of that cash. Mark Lennihan AP

Western Union must refund $586 million to people it helped scam. Are you one of them?

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