- Report: #1124296
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Complaint Review: Western Union
Western Union4350 Airport Rd. Santa Fe, New Mexico USA
Western Union Speedy Loan #2Wells Fargo Bank ,downtown, Grand Junction, Colorado Charged to cash M.O.,check. on own bank Santa Fe New Mexico
*Author of original report: Misinformation by employee
*General Comment: Cashing "On us" checks...
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I have a mail-order business and received a Western Union money order for $60.00 The company was authorized as an agent by Western Union/Wells Fargo to cash the money order.
The Wells Fargo/Western Union agent tried to charge me $7.00 to cash the M.O. drawn on its own bank which issued it, Wells Fargo, so I was outraged. The agent pointed to a sign on the wall which said that they charged 10 percent to cash the money order.
The money order was purchased from Western Union by my customer. Where company in Santa Fe is an agent of Western Union it is unethical to charge the recipient just to get his cash since they have already been paid by the purchaser.
It states right on top the M.O. that it is payable by Wells Fargo Bank (downtown) of Grand Junction, Colorado.
Western Union seems to be a smarmy mafia-type operation, which preys on poor Mexican immigrants in Santa Fe.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/17/2014 04:58 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Western-Union/Santa-Fe-New-Mexico-87507/Western-Union-Speedy-Loan-2Wells-Fargo-Bank-downtown-Grand-Junction-Colorado-Charged-1124296. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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