Moneygram tracking by phone number: Legal issues abound for online scams | Legal Affairs

Hochman added, “A lot of scammers pretend to be someone you’re familiar with. So, whether you’re contacted via phone, email, or social media, if you receive a random request that is related to money or payment, from anyone, you’ll want to verify that the person is who they say they are. A lot of times, email addresses and social media pages can be spoofed, so take a closer look at the details. If it’s a weird combination of letters and numbers, and clearly not from the reputable company, don’t respond. Also, do a background check on the person or place to see who it is.”

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