Telegram to MoneyGram: Stop fraud. And pay up. Again.

Bureau of Consumer Protection. Business Alerts From the Federal Trade Commission

Telegram to MoneyGram: Stop fraud. And pay up. Again.


By Michael Atleson

If you run a business that offers people a way to send money to other people, you may want to pay attention to whether your service is catering to fraudsters. It's an important message because, for many years, money transfers have been a preferred payment method for scammers, who know that they can pick up the cash and disappear. And it's a message some companies apparently need to hear twice.

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