- Report: #971657
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Complaint Review: Western Union Money Transfer
Western Union Money TransferEnglewood Colorado Internet United States of America
Western Union Money Transfer Al Amodente FBI hides Western Union Frauds? Internet
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Western Union Complaint
by Gerhard K
When ever it is published and can be heard that the FBI is on the way to start new investigations against banking
fraud, you ever will hear, as before short, the names of big banks but never Western Union? And this although Western Union is the bank with, by far, the most complaints in the american banking industry and with that FBI cannot hide Western Union or is it the matter of fact that Y O U R local american country also is earning with the frauds of Western Union against you, for example 59%? Hello Americans. Y O U have done your Mr. Obama elections and it cannot be that Y O U R spent money for underpriviliged to buy food are frauded by Western Union and your governmental abused money taken for saving the mexican boarders. Private help for life used for governmental tasks of saving national boarders and this in worldwide crime in responsability of Y o U R governmental Attorney General signed in a paper with Western Union !!!
What a Moral !!
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