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I'm wishing to pay for an online purchase by use of Western Union. I've successfully bought from this seller numerous times before over the past few years but recently they've switched to accepting just Visa and Western Union as payments. I don't have a Visa credit card so I want to use Western Union instead. I have a debit card which I use to make all my purchases, either online or local. So, how do I go about using Western Union to send payment as the buyer? I imagine I need to register on Western Union first. When I do, how will it work? Will I be asked how much I want to send and will it be taken out of my bank account and be sent for the seller to pick up at their Western Union location? Western Union will only send as much money to be sent from my account as I specify right? Meaning Western Union can't access my bank account or anything? If anyone can clear up how this works from a buyer's viewpoint that'd be helpful.
All anyone needs to send money is: 1) A first and last name to use on the form as the sender's name 2) A first and last name to use on the form as the receiver's name 3) Money All anyone needs to pick up the cash is: 1) The first and last name used on the form as the sender's name 2) The first and last name used on the form as the receiver's name 3) The eight or ten digit money transfer control number (MTCN#) 4) The test question and answer And, all too frequently, only one or 2 of above listed requirements are actually needed to pick up the cash and disappear. That is it, no wyoming required. If you are: 1) sending money as part of a work-at-home job 2) buying from craigslist/kijiji/gumtree/forum/website 3) buying a pet or car/truck/trailer/motorhome/caravan 4) helping an online boy/girlfriend or refugee 5) paying taxes/fees on a loan/lottery/draw/government grant 6) paying visa/bank/airline/travel fees 7) paying deposit/rent for an apartment/house/condo 8) paying banker/barrister/lawyer/court fees 9) paying a transportation/courier/shipping company 10) receiving/forwarding money onto someone or some company Then you are being scammed. Just keep in mind that Western Union and moneygram are unsafe and unsecure ways to send money. Western Union and moneygram do not verify anything on the form the sender fills out, not the name, not the street address, not the country, not even the gender of the receiver, it all means absolutely nothing. The clerk will not bother to check wyoming and will simply hand off the cash to whomever walks in the door with the MTCN# and question/answer. Neither company will tell the sender who picked up the cash, at what store location or even in what country the money walked out the door. Neither company has any kind of refund policy, money sent is money gone forever. If you google "Western Union scam", "fraud moneygram scammer" or something similar you will find hundreds of posts from victims and near-victims who lost money via Western Union and moneygram.
You don't. You use Western Union to send someone money, but it's not really "paying for an online purchase", because they don't have to send you whatever you wanted to buy. They can just keep your money and send you nothing.