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How Internet Scammer Takes Over Woman’s Bank Account. Cc @SkyeBankNigeria @Cenbank @PoliceNG @Officialefcc

On the morning of 7th June 2017, I started receiving alerts from my bank Skye banks indicating that money was being moved from the account to unknown people.
I did not waste time I rushed to the branch of the bank nearest to me and the last N50,000 that was to go was stopped.
However N421,899.00 had already gone through Internet banking. The branch gave me a paper to write my complaint which I did and it was passed to Victoria Island, my branch where I opened the account.
The bank wrote a letter (dated 8th June 2017) to me assuring me that the matter was being investigated, I waited. On 15th June 2017 the bank wrote that they had discovered where the money went to and promised to recover my money.
Three sets of staffs were sent to my house to assure me that they would recover my money on different occasions.
By their letter dated 15th August 2017 I was informed that N99,000 had been recovered from the N199,899 traced to an account with UBA. Since then they have been very evasive.
Therefore I briefed my lawyer and he wrote to the bank. To be candid the N99,000 paid into my account was as a result of my brief and one of their staff spoke with my lawyer and that the bank would do everything possible to recover the remaining.
1. I never applied for internet banking
2. Their claim that the money was
transferred through my ATM is a blatant lie.
3. From my knowledge one cannot withdraw more N100,000 in one day through ATM.
4. I was not given any code for internet banking.
5. There was no token issued to me.
6. The bank never gave me one time password.
7. I entrusted my money to their bank and this is a betrayal of the highest order which is not acceptable.
8. One of the letters written by the lawyer was copied to CBN. The CBN who is supposed to be the Apex Bank danced to the tune of Skye bank.
9. What do I expect from birds of the same feathers flocking together.
10. It is not the amount of money that matters but for others to know that fraudsters have joined the banking industry.
11. Therefore be careful if you are one of their customers.
12. Notwithstanding I am still pursuing the balance of N272,899 because I am a senior citizen of this country over 70,I am also a widow and a pensioner.
This is to sensitize people to watch out as far as their accounts are concerned because the banking industry has merged goats with humans.

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