Welcome to the United States v. MoneyGram International Remission Website
Update 3/13/2015: Review of all timely Petitions for Remission has been completed and checks have been distributed. Please remember to cash your check on or before the void date as after that date the check may no longer be negotiable.
Update 10/01/2014: The final deadline to submit your Remission Form along with your supporting documentation was September 30, 2014. We are no longer honoring Remission Forms at this time.
Update 8/19/2014: On August 19, 2014, the Remission Administrator mailed checks to additional approved petitioners. For questions about your check or to update your address please contact the Remission Administrator by email at email@example.com or by phone at 877-282-2610 (Domestic / Toll Free) or 317-324-0390 (International).
Update 8/7/2014: Please note that Remission Forms are still being
accepted at this time. To be eligible to receive compensation, your Remission Form
along with your supporting documentation must be received by September 30, 2014.
Please be advised there is a fraudulent email using a United States v. MoneyGram
press release that is not related to the remission distribution case. Neither Gilardi
nor the US Department of Justice is affiliated with this email. This fraudulent
email uses Nigeria MoneyGram, the Nigeria Government, and World Bank as references
in an attempt to obtain personal information. Do not respond to this email with
your personal information.
Update: On 12/17/2013 checks will mail to petitioners who returned
their Petition Form with no disputes. Petitions filed by new petitioners or those
with disputed amounts are still under review and payments to additional approved
petitioners will be made at a later date.
On November 9, 2012, MoneyGram International Inc. (MGI), a global money services
business, agreed to the forfeiture of $100 million as part of a deferred prosecution
agreement with the U.S. Department of Justice. MGI admitted to criminally aiding
and abetting wire fraud through mass marketing and consumer fraud phishing schemes
perpetrated by corrupt MGI agents. The $100 million paid by MGI was forfeited by
the U.S. Postal Inspection Service and will be returned to eligible victims through
the Petition for Remission process. The Department of Justice hired Gilardi & Co.,
LLC to serve as the Remission Administrator for this matter.
Pre-filled petitions were sent on July 22, 2013 to petitioners who previously reported
fraud activity to MoneyGram. Individuals who believe they are a victim of the MoneyGram
fraud, but did not receive a pre-filled petition, must complete and submit the approved
petition for remission form available on this site in order to be considered for
If you believe you were a victim of the fraud described above and you made a wire
transfer through MGI in the United States or Canada to a payee in the United States
or Canada between January 1, 2004 and August 31, 2009 you may be eligible for remission.
If you would like to be involved in the remission distribution your
Remission Form along with any available supporting documentation must be postmarked
no later than November 15, 2013 and mailed to:
United States v. MoneyGram International
c/o Gilardi & Co. LLC
P.O. Box 808061
Petaluma CA 94975-8061