WorldRemit Review

The man I spoke with through WhatsApp his name is Ronald Wood. He took me for 750.00 and then he sent me 250.00 of "his own money" to cover the sending cost. I sent the money throughout money Gram and picked up the money he sent through Western Union. I couldn’t send it through Money Gram or Western Union it wouldn’t go through. So I out it on a pre-paid debit card and sent it to the company and then was told I needed to call the website to confirm payment and was told they were having connection issues. Called back the next day and same thing but they wanted my card info again before they told me connection issues again. On my statement is says a purchase not a payment.

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