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Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Rennerglo: 11:29am On Dec 31, 2020
write a letter to the management of the store and attach a copy of your acct statement showing the loan deduction. this is necessary cos i think the store might involve the police soon. this letter will stand as evidence in your favor.

Brosst:
Good day fellow Nairalanders. Please don't mind my long note.

I got a job with a newly opened superstore in the month of November this year. I was formally with a private secondary school but I had to quit when this new job clicked. I forfeited my October salary because I didn't give the school a month notice and I didn't even know that I will get the superstore job. We did interviews during the endsars lockdown.

I had to take up the superstore job as an inventory manager because the salary is better than the school job. To cut the long story short, I resumed as the inventory manager and we were handed over our employment letter. We were two in my department (Inventory). At the end of the month (November) the staff were asked to submit account details to the accountant which we all did so we were expecting credit alert for the month of November.

The accountant didn't credit our account rather he was calling the staff one by one in his office and pay them with cash. I was not called and i was wondering what could be the cause. My colleagues asked me to go meet the accountant in his office. When I got to his office he told me that he didn't know how he wants to relate the latest development to me. So he started saying different stories and he was pacifying me. He handed my salary and another letter. I opened it and it was a "temporary lay off letter". The reason was that " budget consideration ". The superstore hasn't make much to cover staff salary. I was laid off with 3 other staff (one merchandiser, one bakery staff and one cashier).

Meanwhile it was the manager that interviewed
and she is the one I report to but it was the accountant that handed over the letter to me. The company retained My junior in the inventory department after I had put him through somethings he does not understand on the job.

I was dumbfounded and it look as if my world is coming to and end. I thought of my children and wife, my house rent. I started blaming myself for leaving my former job. I summoned courage and I left.

I got home and explained situation of things to my family. That week wasn't an happy week for us considering the fact we are approaching the month of December (festive season).

Meanwhile I have another side hustle I engaged in during weekends but its not fetching much money and the stress was too much; I collapsed and I was hospitalized for two weeks.
On the 28th of this month I received a call from the accountant that he mistakenly transfer the sum of N40,000 into my account that I should please forward the money back to the superstore account number. The manager also called me. But my phone mouthpiece has been very bad since Christmas day. I used to manage my wife's phone anytime I have important calls. That faithful morning I took my phone to the engineer and I went to collect it in the afternoon thinking the phone is ok but the mouthpiece is still not working fine. So since the accountant couldn't hear me, I sent him a text that my phone is faulty and that I will call him back as soon as I fix it again. The following day which is today I took the phone back to the engineer. And I went straight to the superstore to ascertain what really happened. So he told me he mistakenly sent the sum of N40,000 to my account and that the money was December salary for the second guy in the inventory department. and that I should pls forward the money back to the company's account and that the company is on his neck. And I explained to him that I don't usually receive funds in that particular account because i took a loan from access bank which is overdue and I'm yet to pay them. And even if I receive money in that account I will transfer it immediately to my kuda account and i showed him my kuda atm card but in his own case now when he transferred the money I wasn't with my phone it was with the engineer and I wasn't expecting transfer from anybody. And I told him that when he and the manager were calling me the engineer didn't fix the mouthpiece well and I was on my way to ijaiye. I told him I went to drop the phone back this morning and I will go and check my access bank app to see if transactions occur because I didn't receive any credit alert. Alas when I collected my phone back and I checked the app I saw the 40k credit and access bank had already debited me for the loan.

I don't know what to do now because he is begging me to please refund the money into the company's account and I have been trying to borrow from access bank again but the bank keeps telling me I am not qualify for a loan at this time. I don't have salary job at the moment and there is nowhere I can get money to repay the company. I wish to refund them so that I won't look like a bad or dubious person to them. He has been calling me on phone but I don't know how to break the news to him.

Pls what can I do in this kind of situation?
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 11:30am On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
Since this case have been settled kindly take it down, except you have other intentions rather than what you started with.
Pls sir how do I close the thread?
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 11:31am On Dec 31, 2020
Rennerglo:
write a letter to the management of the store and attach a copy of your acct statement showing the loan deduction. this is necessary cos i think the store might involve the police soon. this letter will stand as evidence in your favor.

OK sir. Have mail access bank for my statement of account
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by favor914(f): 11:35am On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:
Good day fellow Nairalanders. Please don't mind my long note.

I got a job with a newly opened superstore in the month of November this year. I was formally with a private secondary school but I had to quit when this new job clicked. I forfeited my October salary because I didn't give the school a month notice and I didn't even know that I will get the superstore job. We did interviews during the endsars lockdown.

I had to take up the superstore job as an inventory manager because the salary is better than the school job. To cut the long story short, I resumed as the inventory manager and we were handed over our employment letter. We were two in my department (Inventory). At the end of the month (November) the staff were asked to submit account details to the accountant which we all did so we were expecting credit alert for the month of November.

The accountant didn't credit our account rather he was calling the staff one by one in his office and pay them with cash. I was not called and i was wondering what could be the cause. My colleagues asked me to go meet the accountant in his office. When I got to his office he told me that he didn't know how he wants to relate the latest development to me. So he started saying different stories and he was pacifying me. He handed my salary and another letter. I opened it and it was a "temporary lay off letter". The reason was that " budget consideration ". The superstore hasn't make much to cover staff salary. I was laid off with 3 other staff (one merchandiser, one bakery staff and one cashier).

Meanwhile it was the manager that interviewed
and she is the one I report to but it was the accountant that handed over the letter to me. The company retained My junior in the inventory department after I had put him through somethings he does not understand on the job.

I was dumbfounded and it look as if my world is coming to and end. I thought of my children and wife, my house rent. I started blaming myself for leaving my former job. I summoned courage and I left.

I got home and explained situation of things to my family. That week wasn't an happy week for us considering the fact we are approaching the month of December (festive season).

Meanwhile I have another side hustle I engaged in during weekends but its not fetching much money and the stress was too much; I collapsed and I was hospitalized for two weeks.
On the 28th of this month I received a call from the accountant that he mistakenly transfer the sum of N40,000 into my account that I should please forward the money back to the superstore account number. The manager also called me. But my phone mouthpiece has been very bad since Christmas day. I used to manage my wife's phone anytime I have important calls. That faithful morning I took my phone to the engineer and I went to collect it in the afternoon thinking the phone is ok but the mouthpiece is still not working fine. So since the accountant couldn't hear me, I sent him a text that my phone is faulty and that I will call him back as soon as I fix it again. The following day which is today I took the phone back to the engineer. And I went straight to the superstore to ascertain what really happened. So he told me he mistakenly sent the sum of N40,000 to my account and that the money was December salary for the second guy in the inventory department. and that I should pls forward the money back to the company's account and that the company is on his neck. And I explained to him that I don't usually receive funds in that particular account because i took a loan from access bank which is overdue and I'm yet to pay them. And even if I receive money in that account I will transfer it immediately to my kuda account and i showed him my kuda atm card but in his own case now when he transferred the money I wasn't with my phone it was with the engineer and I wasn't expecting transfer from anybody. And I told him that when he and the manager were calling me the engineer didn't fix the mouthpiece well and I was on my way to ijaiye. I told him I went to drop the phone back this morning and I will go and check my access bank app to see if transactions occur because I didn't receive any credit alert. Alas when I collected my phone back and I checked the app I saw the 40k credit and access bank had already debited me for the loan.

I don't know what to do now because he is begging me to please refund the money into the company's account and I have been trying to borrow from access bank again but the bank keeps telling me I am not qualify for a loan at this time. I don't have salary job at the moment and there is nowhere I can get money to repay the company. I wish to refund them so that I won't look like a bad or dubious person to them. He has been calling me on phone but I don't know how to break the news to him.

Pls what can I do in this kind of situation?
Keep the money, nothing will happen.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 11:36am On Dec 31, 2020
adubam:


Why were you rude to the Accountant?

You must be grateful that your story touched the heart of kind people in this hard times to assist you.

If you don't explain to us the accusation against you by the Accountant; then you are not ready to receive further help.
The rudeness he meant was that I didn't pick his call. We didn't exchange words all through our conversation. And the reason was just because I don't know where to get the money from hence I was trying all means to find a way
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 11:41am On Dec 31, 2020
adubam:


Why were you rude to the Accountant?

You must be grateful that your story touched the heart of kind people in this hard times to assist you.

If you don't explain to us the accusation against you by the Accountant; then you are not ready to receive further help.

E reach for the man to be fustrated na.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 11:42am On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:

The rudeness he meant was that I didn't pick his call. We didn't exchange words all through our conversation. And the reason was just because I don't know where to get the money from hence I was trying all means to find a way

We understand but since the issue has been resolved is best you close the thread.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by vanesa(m): 11:45am On Dec 31, 2020
Just delete your first post.. Enter on edit and delete it.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by emmyN(m): 11:47am On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:

Tanx ma'am. I will follow part of what you said. Have been trying to raise half of the money and take it to them so that they won't see me as a bad person and I can't run away because of N40,000.

What I don't understand is why you see yourself as a bad person and trying to make people see you as a good one.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Princepioneer(m): 11:48am On Dec 31, 2020
frozen70:


A woman pls
. No vex but noted.,
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by klap4gbens: 12:02pm On Dec 31, 2020
Was that the account you submitted for salary? If yes, why would you when you know you are indebted on the account. Were you not expecting to withdraw your salary to spend?

If no, how did they get the account number?

In all, look for the money and return it.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by GloShare(m): 12:10pm On Dec 31, 2020
I really hope you're genuine because all that talk about loan and debit seem like lies to me.

If you can show me evidence of the credit and instant debit, I'll support you with 10k.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by GloShare(m): 12:16pm On Dec 31, 2020
PastorFire:
Comprehend his post please. He immediately transfers it to his Kuda account.

You cannot immediately transfer if your account is on lien. The debit is instant.

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Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Sofistcatdmoron: 12:20pm On Dec 31, 2020
Harrynight:



Which account would u have expect him to give as salary account to the company he's working with? Friends account?

Any other of his own account link to his bvn would still be debited once money drop there!
Lies ,he could have used another bank,
I have access bank with negative balance (-N600k) and it doesn't affect my other accounts
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Miner13(m): 12:31pm On Dec 31, 2020
Mineisgrace:


It's sooo obvious
if his own comprehension ability is faulty. you as a woman and supposed wife material should'nt be likewise.he said ones there is alert he moved the money to another acct,
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 12:50pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
Just delete your first post.. Enter on edit and delete it.
I clicked on modify(edit) so that i can delete but the system tells me I can't modify the post. Any other way sir?
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by vanesa(m): 1:19pm On Dec 31, 2020
I just tried it on one of my previous post and it worked! Go on my topic click modify, then delete all you wrote there and write something like solved, NA, or what you like and then click Submit then the post will be gone. Once again I don’t mind you keeping it there if you have more reasons not related to your initial story.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 1:31pm On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:
Good day fellow Nairalanders. Please don't mind my long note.

I got a job with a newly opened superstore in the month of November this year. I was formally with a private secondary school but I had to quit when this new job clicked. I forfeited my October salary because I didn't give the school a month notice and I didn't even know that I will get the superstore job. We did interviews during the endsars lockdown.

I had to take up the superstore job as an inventory manager because the salary is better than the school job. To cut the long story short, I resumed as the inventory manager and we were handed over our employment letter. We were two in my department (Inventory). At the end of the month (November) the staff were asked to submit account details to the accountant which we all did so we were expecting credit alert for the month of November.

The accountant didn't credit our account rather he was calling the staff one by one in his office and pay them with cash. I was not called and i was wondering what could be the cause. My colleagues asked me to go meet the accountant in his office. When I got to his office he told me that he didn't know how he wants to relate the latest development to me. So he started saying different stories and he was pacifying me. He handed my salary and another letter. I opened it and it was a "temporary lay off letter". The reason was that " budget consideration ". The superstore hasn't make much to cover staff salary. I was laid off with 3 other staff (one merchandiser, one bakery staff and one cashier).

Meanwhile it was the manager that interviewed
and she is the one I report to but it was the accountant that handed over the letter to me. The company retained My junior in the inventory department after I had put him through somethings he does not understand on the job.

I was dumbfounded and it look as if my world is coming to and end. I thought of my children and wife, my house rent. I started blaming myself for leaving my former job. I summoned courage and I left.

I got home and explained situation of things to my family. That week wasn't an happy week for us considering the fact we are approaching the month of December (festive season).

Meanwhile I have another side hustle I engaged in during weekends but its not fetching much money and the stress was too much; I collapsed and I was hospitalized for two weeks.
On the 28th of this month I received a call from the accountant that he mistakenly transfer the sum of N40,000 into my account that I should please forward the money back to the superstore account number. The manager also called me. But my phone mouthpiece has been very bad since Christmas day. I used to manage my wife's phone anytime I have important calls. That faithful morning I took my phone to the engineer and I went to collect it in the afternoon thinking the phone is ok but the mouthpiece is still not working fine. So since the accountant couldn't hear me, I sent him a text that my phone is faulty and that I will call him back as soon as I fix it again. The following day which is today I took the phone back to the engineer. And I went straight to the superstore to ascertain what really happened. So he told me he mistakenly sent the sum of N40,000 to my account and that the money was December salary for the second guy in the inventory department. and that I should pls forward the money back to the company's account and that the company is on his neck. And I explained to him that I don't usually receive funds in that particular account because i took a loan from access bank which is overdue and I'm yet to pay them. And even if I receive money in that account I will transfer it immediately to my kuda account and i showed him my kuda atm card but in his own case now when he transferred the money I wasn't with my phone it was with the engineer and I wasn't expecting transfer from anybody. And I told him that when he and the manager were calling me the engineer didn't fix the mouthpiece well and I was on my way to ijaiye. I told him I went to drop the phone back this morning and I will go and check my access bank app to see if transactions occur because I didn't receive any credit alert. Alas when I collected my phone back and I checked the app I saw the 40k credit and access bank had already debited me for the loan.

I don't know what to do now because he is begging me to please refund the money into the company's account and I have been trying to borrow from access bank again but the bank keeps telling me I am not qualify for a loan at this time. I don't have salary job at the moment and there is nowhere I can get money to repay the company. I wish to refund them so that I won't look like a bad or dubious person to them. He has been calling me on phone but I don't know how to break the news to him.

Pls what can I do in this kind of situation?
Your story doesn't add up.

You said you don't use the account to receive salaries? How did the accountant get that account number to make payment into it?

Secondly, why didn't you go to the company to see the manager and explain things to him?

Third, how can you say that the whole 40k was removed from.your account for repayment?

There are many other things I saw that makes the whole story rooster And bull.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by frozen70(f): 1:34pm On Dec 31, 2020
Princepioneer:
. No vex but noted.,

Alright dear
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Unpatriotic2: 1:47pm On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:
Good day fellow Nairalanders. Please don't mind my long note.

I got a job with a newly opened superstore in the month of November this year. I was formally with a private secondary school but I had to quit when this new job clicked. I forfeited my October salary because I didn't give the school a month notice and I didn't even know that I will get the superstore job. We did interviews during the endsars lockdown.

I had to take up the superstore job as an inventory manager because the salary is better than the school job. To cut the long story short, I resumed as the inventory manager and we were handed over our employment letter. We were two in my department (Inventory). At the end of the month (November) the staff were asked to submit account details to the accountant which we all did so we were expecting credit alert for the month of November.

The accountant didn't credit our account rather he was calling the staff one by one in his office and pay them with cash. I was not called and i was wondering what could be the cause. My colleagues asked me to go meet the accountant in his office. When I got to his office he told me that he didn't know how he wants to relate the latest development to me. So he started saying different stories and he was pacifying me. He handed my salary and another letter. I opened it and it was a "temporary lay off letter". The reason was that " budget consideration ". The superstore hasn't make much to cover staff salary. I was laid off with 3 other staff (one merchandiser, one bakery staff and one cashier).

Meanwhile it was the manager that interviewed
and she is the one I report to but it was the accountant that handed over the letter to me. The company retained My junior in the inventory department after I had put him through somethings he does not understand on the job.

I was dumbfounded and it look as if my world is coming to and end. I thought of my children and wife, my house rent. I started blaming myself for leaving my former job. I summoned courage and I left.

I got home and explained situation of things to my family. That week wasn't an happy week for us considering the fact we are approaching the month of December (festive season).

Meanwhile I have another side hustle I engaged in during weekends but its not fetching much money and the stress was too much; I collapsed and I was hospitalized for two weeks.
On the 28th of this month I received a call from the accountant that he mistakenly transfer the sum of N40,000 into my account that I should please forward the money back to the superstore account number. The manager also called me. But my phone mouthpiece has been very bad since Christmas day. I used to manage my wife's phone anytime I have important calls. That faithful morning I took my phone to the engineer and I went to collect it in the afternoon thinking the phone is ok but the mouthpiece is still not working fine. So since the accountant couldn't hear me, I sent him a text that my phone is faulty and that I will call him back as soon as I fix it again. The following day which is today I took the phone back to the engineer. And I went straight to the superstore to ascertain what really happened. So he told me he mistakenly sent the sum of N40,000 to my account and that the money was December salary for the second guy in the inventory department. and that I should pls forward the money back to the company's account and that the company is on his neck. And I explained to him that I don't usually receive funds in that particular account because i took a loan from access bank which is overdue and I'm yet to pay them. And even if I receive money in that account I will transfer it immediately to my kuda account and i showed him my kuda atm card but in his own case now when he transferred the money I wasn't with my phone it was with the engineer and I wasn't expecting transfer from anybody. And I told him that when he and the manager were calling me the engineer didn't fix the mouthpiece well and I was on my way to ijaiye. I told him I went to drop the phone back this morning and I will go and check my access bank app to see if transactions occur because I didn't receive any credit alert. Alas when I collected my phone back and I checked the app I saw the 40k credit and access bank had already debited me for the loan.

I don't know what to do now because he is begging me to please refund the money into the company's account and I have been trying to borrow from access bank again but the bank keeps telling me I am not qualify for a loan at this time. I don't have salary job at the moment and there is nowhere I can get money to repay the company. I wish to refund them so that I won't look like a bad or dubious person to them. He has been calling me on phone but I don't know how to break the news to him.

Pls what can I do in this kind of situation?


I pray you get to read this message. Please as soon as you finish paying that loan... never ever for any reason collect a loan again.
Many of the loan givers have their hands in fetish things that will make it difficult for you to finish paying such loans. Please if you don't believe in the spiritual world at least just make sure you don't collect loans again. The lord will see you through.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by nurez305(m): 1:51pm On Dec 31, 2020
GloShare:


You cannot immediately transfer if your account is on lien. The debit is instant.
i have been trying to find this comment but no one have said it... it is never possible to transfer the money immediately once you account is already on negative balance.... I still don't understand how he does that.... but the reason why I think it might be right... during my time in access bank, you can't put any account number in negative balance maybe for one reason or the other. If you try to force debit any account and they saw it, you will answer the querry. I don't know if that is applicable to their loan payment which I think it won't be applicable to loan repayment
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Vivuch: 1:52pm On Dec 31, 2020
gamegear:
But why use an account that you know is on negative balance as your salary account for the company in the first place?.

I smell what is not true (lies)
vso didn't you see where he stated that he will move the money to Kuda account immediately someone pays in. What if he's also using it to offset his loan gradually.
Some of you are not smart
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by nurez305(m): 1:55pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
I just tried it on one of my previous post and it worked! Go on my topic click modify, then delete all you wrote there and write something like solved, NA, or what you like and then click Submit then the post will be gone. Once again I don’t mind you keeping it there if you have more reasons not related to your initial story.
once a post hit the front page, you won't have access to modify it again.... he is right on that

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Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by nurez305(m): 2:07pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
Since this case have been settled kindly take it down, except you have other intentions rather than what you started with.
why are you insisting that he should take the post down ? Yes you have assisted him and thank God you call to confirm if the post was true which I believe it cam out to be true before paying to the company's account. Don't you think the guy need help more than the 40k he was owing the company? Currently he doesn't have any job and he is a family man with kids.... there is no harm for anyone to also assisted him personally to take care of his family either giving him a job or money.

You have done your part and wait for God to reward you and not insisting he take the post down. Moreover it is impossible once the post get to front page

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Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by vanesa(m): 3:00pm On Dec 31, 2020
I have the right to ask him to take down the post! Like I said except he has other motives behind his story! It should not be an opportunity to solicit money for other things. In other part of the world when you get what you are looking for you announce it and close the thread.Not use it for enrichment, because people might think otherwise and the next that will be needing help won’t get it that easy because It could be another one trying to enrich his/herself.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by miracle4(m): 3:09pm On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:

I clicked on modify(edit) so that i can delete but the system tells me I can't modify the post. Any other way sir?
you can't delete or modify a post that's already on the front page. It's only a mod that can do that
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Nobody: 3:39pm On Dec 31, 2020
miracle4:
you can't delete or modify a post that's already on the front page. It's only a mod that can do that
How do I get in touch with the mod to help me bring it down?
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by DenreleDave(m): 4:27pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
I just tried it on one of my previous post and it worked! Go on my topic click modify, then delete all you wrote there and write something like solved, NA, or what you like and then click Submit then the post will be gone. Once again I don’t mind you keeping it there if you have more reasons not related to your initial story.

Thanks for helping but he can't modify or delete it again..

Any post That makes front page can't be deleted or edit by the original poster except the moderatora remove it themselves
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by miracle4(m): 4:29pm On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:

How do I get in touch with the mod to help me bring it down?
you can use this link
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by DenreleDave(m): 4:29pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
I have the right to ask him to take down the post! Like I said except he has other motives behind his story! It should not be an opportunity to solicit money for other things. In other part of the world when you get what you are looking for you announce it and close the thread.Not use it for enrichment, because people might think otherwise and the next that will be needing help won’t get it that easy because It could be another one trying to enrich his/herself.

U r right.. But he can't do it again unless a mod does it
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Basalt(m): 4:48pm On Dec 31, 2020
Brosst:

I didn't ignore anybody. I already chatted the person up on WhatsApp sir to send every details and proof. I already mail access bank to send me my statement account so that I can print it out and forward it the management

Alright, bro, I wish you the best. God will surely turn your situation around.
Re: A Month After I Was Sacked, I Was Mistakenly Credited With ₦40,000 by Medunah(f): 4:52pm On Dec 31, 2020
vanesa:
I just tried it on one of my previous post and it worked! Go on my topic click modify, then delete all you wrote there and write something like solved, NA, or what you like and then click Submit then the post will be gone. Once again I don’t mind you keeping it there if you have more reasons not related to your initial story.
Oga calm down na ah!

He can't do that for now because it is on front page.
If other people want to help him cos of his situation then so be it, no need to get worked up about it.
Do your part and move on.

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