Man narrates sister’s terrible experience with ‘one chance’ robbers

A man has taken to social media to narrate his sister’s recent experience with ‘one chance’ robbers in Abuja.

The Twitter user, @le_sther, said that the robbers forced his sister to withdraw #100,000 and also also transfer #500,000 to their account. 

After her ordeal, efforts to recover the money via the banks involved did not turn out as expected.

See what he wrote below;

My sister entered one chance in Abuja,They slapped and beat her till she told them her atm pin

They withdrew 100k cash and Transferred 500k to themselves,She reported to her Gtbank the following day and later the Police.GTB reported to the receiving bank ECObank

Ecobank restricted the bank account with the money still in it.They told my sister she had to get a court order,they Identified the account owner,the police couldn’t catch the culprit and my sister paid another 100k to get a lawyer for the case,after about two months the court

Finally gave the order and the copy was made by the police

Now to get the money back and the bank is saying the money is no more in the account and the police are silent on the matter

We had to drop the whole case.

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Written by Kama

Kama is a senior news reporter at Dockaysworld. He’s a chemist from the Ancient city of Benin. He enjoys slandering babies and watching sitcoms. He has been published on Fireside fiction magazine and others.


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