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Nigerian in Diaspora Speaks Up as Union Bank ‘Mistakenly’ Credits His Account with N699,000

A Union Bank customer identified on Twitter as LukeOnGod has explained how his account was mistakenly credited with N699,000.

The user further explained that the account has been dormant for a while since he left the country.

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https://twitter.com/LUKEOFUK/status/1587365170594070529?s=20&t=oOYc5Aa321us4ttcbs-OeA

“Someone mistakenly credited this to my Nigeria account that has been abandoned since I traveled out of the country,” he tweeted. “Please, if you have any reliable people in Union Bank, kindly contact me. This is not a new month’s blessing for me.”

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WikkiTimes tried contacting the user as well as a bank but to no avail, as an email sent to Union Bank had not been responded to at press time.

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