Nigerian Lady Based In The US In Desperate Search Of Somebody Who Mistakenly Paid into Her Account

1 year ago by: kacy lee
(f) at 12-01-2019 10:36AM (1 year ago)

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A U.S-based Nigerian lady has initiated a search for the person, who mistakenly paid into her bank account which she hasn’t used for a long time.

According to the U.S-based Nigerian lady, the person she is searching for mistakenly paid in the sum of N145,000 into her account. She further asked the person who paid in the money into her account to send the teller number and the name he/she used in sending the money, so she can authorize its release from her account.

She wrote;

I just saw this in my mail from union bank.i have not used this account since after my service year and i don’t have access to the account.so,someone just paid in the sum of 145,000 mistakenly to my account and there is no how union bank can reach my phone number.please kindly help me share till it gets to the person.the person should just send me the teller number and the name he use in sending it then,i can write union bank an autorization from my ends to release the money. im sorry you had to go through this don’t cry.thanks



ngfineface (f) at 12-01-2019 10:43AM
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You be innocent learner. They are using your account to move fund. As in commit fraud. Same thing they tried to do with my Oceanic bank account but thank goodness to my bank experience, and I wrote the bank and alerted them. What they do is credit the account in morning and move the cash almost immediately. Ndi uchu!
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dareper (m) at 12-01-2019 10:19PM
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Quote from: ngfineface on 12-01-2019 10:43AM
You be innocent learner. They are using your account to move fund. As in commit fraud. Same thing they tried to do with my Oceanic bank account but thank goodness to my bank experience, and I wrote the bank and alerted them. What they do is credit the account in morning and move the cash almost immediately. Ndi uchu!
. That's why I like u here, u re well learned and very strewd dear. U know almost everything. Bravo. Tell her more them still dey learn.
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