MONTPELIER — Attorney General William Sorrell says some Vermont consumers may be due a refund if they used MoneyGram International to transmit money in a transaction that ended up being a scam.
Sorrell says if the money was wired through MoneyGram between January 2004 and August 2009 the sender should apply for a refund by Nov. 15.
Customers affected can do so by going online to http://gilardi.com/moneygram for instructions on how to file a “petition for remission.”
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