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Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by Gabriel6(m): 12:15pm On Nov 20, 2017

things will get better
amen thank you
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by bukason212(m): 12:56pm On Nov 20, 2017
Good evening everyone. Some days back I received a credit alert from an unknown person. Called my mum and bro to see if anyone sent money to me and they both said no.

Checked my mail cause I get notifications and I saw that the money was from SELF meaning the person probably tried paying the money into his/her own account. I'm willing to return the money but I don't know to go about it.

Please how do I go about it cause I want the money to get to the owner.
i quoted u before but u didnt reply. I deposited 100000 on thursday at firstbank in my account(3064641035) but up till now i am still to get an alert. Pls reply
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by usquare250(m): 3:55pm On Nov 20, 2017
Typographical error! Slip I mean to say

You mean slip
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by Nobody: 3:57pm On Nov 20, 2017
Typographical error! Slip I mean to say

Accepted wink
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by Nobody: 6:09pm On Nov 20, 2017

I don't think it's an anonymous donor. Only my family members have my account details
I don't know which bank you are using,mostly when you are paying most likely the computer would bring out the name,before the banker accept your money same with ATM and mobile banking ,so the issue of self does not arise.But you can go to the bank sha for safety reason only
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by stormtrooper: 9:03am On Aug 15, 2019
Hm.. you're such a lucky person. I hear everywhere about people stealing money from the bank accounts but never heard of people gaining money from an anonymous donor. I don't know, maybe it's a joke to start a discussion, maybe this happed for real but I'm sure that a lot of people wouldn't return the money. What's the reason for doing that? Transfer the money to my bank account so I won't be forced to take a loan anymore. You will do a good thing also, God and I would appreciate your act. But hurry up, I already found a good deal on https://www.xn--lnemegleren-x8a.no/ and the next week I might get the money.
Re: Credit Alert From An Unknown Person by Xenisha: 2:41pm On Jan 25
Hi, I feel for you buddy, I'm in the same situation. It's true, about a week ago I found a pretty good company that provides debt consolidation services. Yeah, that's a working scheme, don't doubt it. I want to warn you. Because during my search I found one company, and wondered if it is credit9.com legit, as it turned out this company uses a bait and switch scheme, I read this in a review on it, so I advise you to read reviews, this is the best way to identify a quality company.

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