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|Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by bedfordng(m): 2:51pm On Nov 14, 2022|
Guys, I think some of you should do this if you've not on your bank account. If you have changed your bank account phone number before and you are no longer using the old SIM, please go to your bank and request they remove it and black list from your account because the new owner of the SIM will be able to perform transaction on your account.
Recently I am just receiving series of alert on transactions being initiated by the new owner of my old SIM on my account. the person is just busy performing the fraudulent act without remorse. Phone number I changed years ago and replaced on the account . But still my bank said even after replacing it, the old number will still be active. This was unknown to me o.
Never knew they still have the number active on the account. So guys, if you've replaced your old number on your account, tell your bank to remove the old one entirely and even black list it on your account to avoid stories that touch.
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by Pierocash(m): 3:17pm On Nov 14, 2022|
bedfordng:I changed mine sometimes ago but never worked,the old number was the one receiving alert ,and it was my bvn number.
I had to return to the bank to delete the number from my bvn,and it worked. The old one got removed because I no longer see it each time I access my account through Internet banking
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by bedfordng(m): 3:36pm On Nov 14, 2022|
Pierocash:still try and confirm from your bank to be sure it is not in their database because it might not appear on your dashboard but still be in their database linked to your account.
In my case, the old number is not showing on mine too but never knew it is still there. So the new SIM owner took advantage of this.
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by Kobicove(m): 4:16pm On Nov 14, 2022|
I'm not understanding!
If your old SIM has been reissued to another person how then is it possible for you to still be receiving alerts since the SIM is not physically in your possession?
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by Pierocash(m): 4:27pm On Nov 14, 2022|
bedfordng:it used to be there before ,but it is no longer their. It has been deleted.
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by 33vision: 4:35pm On Nov 14, 2022|
|Re: Don't Be A Victim Of This Unknown Bank Mistake. by bedfordng(m): 5:30pm On Nov 15, 2022|
Kobicove:yes. The new owner might still be getting alert if the old SIM is still linked to the account even after changing in your bank profile like in my case. I thought after going to my bank to change it, it will be removed immediately. But to my surprised, the old number was not deleted by my bank even after updating it.
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