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Alex called on 6/27/15 he wanted to refund $200 because of not fixing my computer(had to buy another). he said he could not refund to a personal checking account with less than $2000. so using my debit card he transferred $2000 to my account (I confirmed on computer) then he said I needed to send $1800 to make us even. so I went to Wal-mart sent it by western union. when I came home and checked bank his $2000 was gone. So now I am out $1800 plus fee. he said to wait at least till Monday to update. this did not work. I reported to bank and western union.Show more