By Olushola Akinyele
In a recent viral video that trends on Facebook and YouTube shows a young woman crying profusely, lamenting about the sudden withdrawal of N240,000 from her First bank’s account.
It was gathered that her ATM card, was allegedly stucked in the bank’s Automated Teller Machine. The FBN customer claimed she approached a bank’s guard who told her to come the following morning but to her surprised, she kept receving debit alerts.
Viewing the video, Thepresstv observed that the woman may be a victim of fraudster. She was seen shedding bitter tears, rolling on the floor in front of a branch of the First Bank, confirming that the deduction was happening at that time her ATM stuck in the machine.
It is not certain if the incidence happened during or after close of work but the gate was seen locked and the security guards refused to let her into the bank premises.
The bank’s media department could not react to the video when sent to them.