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February 11, 2016

Posted  February 11, 2016

MoneyGram Payment Systems, Inc. a Dallas-based company, has agreed to pay the 49 participating states and the District of Columbia a total of $13 million to resolve an investigation that focused on complaints from persons who wired money to third parties engaged in fraud using MoneyGram’s wire transfer service. The settlement also calls for MoneyGram to maintain an anti-fraud program that is documented in writing. In addition to its required anti-fraud measures and monetary terms, the MoneyGram settlement provides for an independent third-party Settlement Administrator who will review MoneyGram records and send notices concerning restitution to all persons eligible to receive it under the settlement. NJ, MA