If you moved money to the wrong account by accident and the owner barred you, what should you do? When your bank account is used for fraud? You afterwards discovered that you had been duped or that you had made a mistake. And the receiving bank isn’t helping out either? Reaching your bank is the first thing you need to do. The outcome of the remaining steps is greatly dependent on how quickly you do this. This might also work in your favour if you can quickly contact the recipient’s bank.
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HOW TO RETRIEVE YOUR MONEY AFTER YOUR WRONG TRANSFER
Please read carefully and learn.
Many people don’t always know what to do, so today am sharing with you things you do when you realize a page you paid for a service or goods is ghosting you:
1. List the entire name and account number of the page or individual.
- Copy the “TRANSACTION ID NUMBER” from the most recent notification your bank issued you following the payment (through text or mobile app).
.3.Ask to speak with the CUSTOMER SERVICE responsible for FRAUD at any branch of the bank owned by the con artist (the bank you switched to).
While you’re there, please send an email to SCAMMER’S BANK or the bank you mistakenly paid to, copying CBN FRAUD DESK (firstname.lastname@example.org) and also email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org, since this will prompt the bank to act quickly.
What can you expect from this? The account of the offender/suspect will be STOPPED. His BVN will be permanently barred. Until he has cleared himself with the bank, no account will ever be opened and he won’t be able to conduct financial transactions in that name.
This means that until they visit the bank, they are unable to transfer or withdraw funds. When they do, the bank contacts the police, and the suspect signs a waiver authorising the bank to refund your funds if they are later found guilty.