An unidentified Nigerian man has disrupted banking activities, tries to commit suicide in the bank after realizing his money was release to scammers who took all his money in his account.
The bank was a branch of the popular United Bank Of Africa (UBA).
According to reports, over Four Hundred and fifty thousand Naira (N450,000) was taken away from the young man’s account. According to google rates, that money in cedis is almost GH¢7000. The young man went ahead to complain in the bank which is located in Lagos, they tracked the hacker and froze the account immediately.
He was subsequently asked to get a proof from the court stating he did not authorize the bank transaction to the hackers account.
The young man went ahead to get the order from the court, only for him to come back and be informed that the bank had opened the account of the hacker, releasing all the money to the hacker.
Out of frustration, the young man threatened to kill himself as he used a rope he brought into the bank hall to strangle himself, the bank security operatives tried as much as possible to hold the young man as he cried in agony. This is a painful Situation, imaging being in his shoes.
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One question I want to ask about this situation is that, Why did the bank ask the young man to go get a court order and later open the account to the hacker without allowing the boy to return with the order. Tell me, If you were this man, what would you do? Please, I would love to know your opinion on this.
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