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Maybe they were supposed to pay for part of a “government-funded scholarship.” Or maybe they’re just told they owe money, plain and simple. Naturally, they asked for money to be wired or put on a rechargeable credit card.
Both are the same as sending cash, with basically no chance of getting the money back. The government will never text or call you asking for money.
Several of their clients got texts and calls from someone claiming to be from a government agency – sometimes specifically from Immigration Service.
(Which sounds like the real agency, US Citizenship and Immigration Services, but isn’t.) People heard different reasons why they might owe money to the government.
Make it yourself next time.""Have your friend drink it.""If you complain so much that the bartender takes it back to shut you up, but then don't expect anything resembling good service for the rest of the night and/or any other time you come back.