Moneygram: Stop aiding fraudulent agents by witholding information
  • Petitioned Pam Patsley

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Pam Patsley

Moneygram: Stop aiding fraudulent agents by witholding information

    1. Zulfat Suara
    2. Petition by

      Zulfat Suara

      Memphis, TN

Many are losing money to moneygram agents and their accomplices through different types of scams including identity theft. Moneygram is aiding this growing crime ring by citing privacy acts. Rather than protect the victims, monegram is protecting the perpetrators by refusing to diclose information about the fraud. This crime is growing and because of this bad policy, many innocent people are losing their hard earned money

When my money transfer was stolen, moneygram refuse to disclose the location where the money was paid out. Local law enforcements did not know who to arrest because moneygram withheld this crucial information. The sad thing is that my case was not isolated. There are several complaints on the moneygram facebook page. This should not continue and moneygram can help deter fraud by not protecting the thieves

Please sign my petition and tell moneygram to stop aiding these thieves and protect their customers

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    1. Reached 50 signatures

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    • John La Barge ASHBURN, VA
      • over 1 year ago

      Moneygram was used to defraud my grandmother.

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    • AHAMED TAOFIQ ILORIN, NIGERIA
      • almost 2 years ago

      TO STOP FRAUDULENT ACT

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    • OLABODE OGUNKOLO ILORIN, NIGERIA
      • almost 2 years ago

      IN OTHER TO STOP THE FRAUDULENT ACT

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    • Lee Gaddis ROCKWOOD, TN
      • almost 2 years ago

      Because it's wrong and it is being allowed to happen regardless if it against the law or not.

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    • Alli Sulola LAGOS, NIGERIA
      • almost 2 years ago

      Trying to stop bank workers in Nigeria who fraud their cunstomers

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