Good news for tens of thousands of Americans who are scam victims. Those who directed their money into Western Union between 2004 and 2017 are now eligible for a refund. However, as with anything involving your hard-earned money, you must still be on the lookout for scammers. Fakers may offer to help you get your refund for a fee, but these are impersonators who want to steal from you. To learn more about how to avoid falling for a fake refund, read this Bamboozled column on NJ.com.