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Fraudulent Activity Of First Bank In Benin City, Edo State by ohisng(m): 12:33pm On Aug 10, 2009
I signed up for SMS alert with 1st bank, Ogida Branch, Benin City. Last week tuesday i got 2 sms alerts that some cash had been withdrawn from my account using ATM( which i never did) As if that wasnt enough, I later found out that cash was withdrawn from my account SIX times. meanwhile the bank sent me sms saying cash was withdrawn TWICE. Someone should please ask First Bank,
1. Since i signed for SMS alert, why was i sent 2 sms alerts when SIX withdrawals were done?
2. Why did First Bank send me sms aler 24 hours AFTER six withdrawals had been illegally done from my account?
3. Are they colluding with fraudsters now to cheat customers using ATM?
4. The bank hasnt shown any degree of pity.
Someone needs to let First Bank Management know
Nigerians beware
Latest fraud now is from the banks
First bank!!!
 
Re: Fraudulent Activity Of First Bank In Benin City, Edo State by truelover(m): 4:57pm On Aug 12, 2009
Are you now promoting scams?
 

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