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Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by BlackPantherxXx: 6:21pm On Mar 08
Obinna.... IPoB thief as usual

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Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by chukwukahenry(m): 6:21pm On Mar 08
modelmike7:


Why can't people be just patient enough to read before commenting?!
This is what the Prosecutor said in this short news......

(The prosecutor, ASP Ezekiel Ayorinde, said that the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence).

smh
did he steal her phone Abi she no dey get alert?
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by ufuosman(m): 6:23pm On Mar 08
Wicked world
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by FortifiedCity: 6:28pm On Mar 08
modelmike7:


Why can't people be just patient enough to read before commenting?!
This is what the Prosecutor said in this short news......

(The prosecutor, ASP Ezekiel Ayorinde, said that the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence).

smh
The money was withdrawn without the man blocking the card or alerting the bank?.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by maasoap(m): 6:29pm On Mar 08
FortifiedCity:


This is to show you how stupid Nigeria's news outlets can be.

How can he withdraw 2m with an ATM when it has a maximum per day
Or, how silly you made yourself look.
The prosecutor, ASP Ezekiel Ayorinde, said that the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by ericmor: 6:31pm On Mar 08
modelmike7:


Why can't people be just patient enough to read before commenting?!
This is what the Prosecutor said in this short news......

(The prosecutor, ASP Ezekiel Ayorinde, said that the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence).

smh

First her atm was stolen and she did know or report to her bank to block it if noticed. Second her atm was stollen and money is been withdrew for days and she did not get alert. I don’t understand how it happened. The news is trully not complete
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by dominique(f): 6:35pm On Mar 08
FortifiedCity post= 65668794:


This is to show you how stupid Nigeria's news outlets can be.

How can he withdraw 2m with an ATM when it has a maximum per day

They probably hacked into the account and wiped out all the funds in it. A Nairalander shared once how he misplaced his ATM on a Saturday, he thought it was no big deal and decided to wait till Monday before going to the bank. That very day, he started received an alert that all the money in his account had been wiped out. You don't know how these card hackers operate, all they need is the last four digits as well as the vvf number at the back of the card. May we never fall victim to these vicious criminals.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by bigtt76(f): 6:37pm On Mar 08
How possible is this? The owner of the account nor go block the card on time? grin


dre11:






https://www.dailytrust.com.ng/man-steals-neighbour-s-atm-cards-withdraws-n2m.html


Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by prince3009(m): 6:37pm On Mar 08
Horlaidex:

On how many occasions was the money withdrawn cos there's no way an ATM would dispense 200k in a day.

I thought i was the only one who saw that twisted side of the story.

Trust bloggers...maybe the cash stolen was 120k but they would "up it" to N2m
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by FortifiedCity: 6:40pm On Mar 08
maasoap:

Or, how silly you made yourself look.

You sound silly rather.

From the said dates consecutively , the victim didn't receive debit alerts or report to his bank.

Not everyone falls for cooked up stories
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by prince3009(m): 6:41pm On Mar 08
dominique:


They probably hacked into the account and wiped out all the funds in it. A Nairalander shared once how he misplaced his ATM on a Saturday, he thought it was no big deal and decided to wait till Monday before going to the bank. That very day, he started received an alert that all the money in his account had been wiped out. You don't know how these card hackers operate, all they need is the last four digits as well as the vvf number at the back of the card. May we never fall victim to these vicious criminals.

That is why I love GTB. If you steal a GTB ATM card, you could hack into it...yes...but transfer funds out...NEVER! It will ask you for a OTP which you can only get via the ATM token.

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Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by FortifiedCity: 6:42pm On Mar 08
dominique:


They probably hacked into the account and wiped out all the funds in it. A Nairalander shared once how he misplaced his ATM on a Saturday, he thought it was no big deal and decided to wait till Monday before going to the bank. That very day, he started received an alert that all the money in his account had been wiped out. You don't know how these card hackers operate, all they need is the last four digits as well as the vvf number at the back of the card. May we never fall victim to these vicious criminals.
Hi Dominique,
Hope you good.
The said money was not withdrawn once but in up to 5 days. Wasn't he receiving alerts after each withdrawals or was he so dumb to run to his bank to report.

The story just doesn't add up
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Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Blackgoat: 6:48pm On Mar 08
wire wire
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by agarawu23(m): 6:53pm On Mar 08
Fake news everywhere.

How can he withdraw 2m within two days? (48 hours) I am not understanding
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by dominique(f): 6:57pm On Mar 08
FortifiedCity:
Hi Dominique,
Hope you good.
The said money was not withdrawn once but in up to 5 days. Wasn't he receiving alerts after each withdrawals or was he so dumb to run to his bank to report.

The story just doesn't add up

If that's the case then there's more to the story.

prince3009:


That is why I love GTB. If you steal a GTB ATM card, you could hack into it...yes...but transfer funds out...NEVER! It will ask you for a OTP which you can only get via the ATM token.

I think other banks also make use of hardware token or OTP before completing a transaction but those hackers have devised a way to bypass all that
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Killurself: 7:12pm On Mar 08
Why he thief? If they like they should tell court that he withdrawal 5m. He may transfer the money from stealing atm to his personal Acc.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by focus7: 7:19pm On Mar 08
Igbo man stealing from the same they tagged afonja, shame!!!
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by swiperthefox(m): 7:20pm On Mar 08
litaninja:
1. The period over which the withdrawal(s) was / were made is not mentioned
2. You can raise your limit (except if something has changed)
It was actually mentioned, "the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence".

Still don't understand how he was able to withdraw 2M through ATM.
Like others opined, the story is incomplete or the woman is telling lies to protect her reputation.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Geesaintagape: 7:27pm On Mar 08
midolian:
The b.east should be locked up like an animal in the zoo
Not like in the zoo cos 9ja is a zoo
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Michael004: 7:50pm On Mar 08
Flatino stealing afonja's money. See how they are developing Lagos kwa.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Bonjoro: 7:59pm On Mar 08
modelmike7:

Please, stop calling people fools under my post. I hate it when you abuse random people you don't even know.
I only corrected them and that doesn't mean you should call them...and same for the other guy that quoted me and mentioned a certain tribe of the country.
Please I don't want such people on my mentions.
Apologies to the people I quoted on behalf of these guys.
Thank you!


Omo Ase! O sick, eran.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by suco01(m): 8:01pm On Mar 08
Horlaidex:

On how many occasions was the money withdrawn cos there's no way an ATM would dispense 200k in a day.


ATM dispense limit is 200k daily
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by suco01(m): 8:04pm On Mar 08
swiperthefox:
It was actually mentioned, "the accused committed the offences from Nov. 17, 2017 to Nov. 28, 2017 at his residence".

Still don't understand how he was able to withdraw 2M through ATM.
Like others opined, the story is incomplete or the woman is telling lies to protect her reputation.



from nov 17 to 28 is 12days, ATM daily limit is 200k. meaning it is very possible to make the withdrawal of 2million...
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Icon79(m): 8:06pm On Mar 08
You do mind them. Anything to direct traffic to their blog.

And by the way, he could he have withdrawn the N2m in the first place, if he doesn't have the PIN number of the card. Did he steal the PIN number too?


O pari

Liliyann:
2millon in a day? Not possible
Bloggers and lie na 5&6
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Rollins777(m): 8:09pm On Mar 08
He can do transfer na.
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by suco01(m): 8:19pm On Mar 08
prince3009:


That is why I love GTB. If you steal a GTB ATM card, you could hack into it...yes...but transfer funds out...NEVER! It will ask you for a OTP which you can only get via the ATM token.

Not all GTBank customers use one time password. All this useless lazy scammers will just find a way to get the money out.

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Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Yankee101: 8:35pm On Mar 08
Sheer wickedness
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Shegzo(m): 8:58pm On Mar 08
Na wa for dis country ooo
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Akpos123(m): 9:21pm On Mar 08
Pos can pay 2million in at a go
Re: Man Steals Neighbour’s ATM Cards, Withdraws N2m by Macdav(m): 9:30pm On Mar 08
Venica:
see lies! it's not good oo
2m a day? for how many days?
so you didn't report to the bank the moment you realize that your cards are missing or when the alart came in??
stop it joor!
just say u set him up
I can't just relate, they would just come and slams fake news on us as if we are daft.

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