Lady collapses after fraudsters stole N400k from her bank account

A video making rounds on social media, has covered the moment a middle-aged woman collapsed after fraudsters stole N400k from her bank account.

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According to multiple reports, the woman rushed to an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) in Asaba, Delta, with her children and pleaded with people on the queue to use the machine that she needed to check her account balance. Upon checking her account balance, she burst into tears and broke down in public, claiming that fraudsters had wiped her account and stolen N400,00.

People on the queue tried helping her by lifting her up and many social media users who have come across the post are showing support by alerting authorities who can help out.

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Twitter user @blacq_arab while sharing the video wrote;

So sad at the ATM stand this morning in Asaba, this woman & her children just ran in & pleaded with us that they want to check there ballance, we allowed them de nxt thing this old woman started crying that they’ve hacked 400k 4rm her accnt

Watch video below;

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Lady collapses after fraudsters stole N400k from her bank account in #Delta State.

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Meanwhile, the Economic and Financial Crimes (EFCC) has taken its fight against criminal activities to the southeast with results to show for it.

The commission recently arrested not less than 13 internet fraudsters in Enugu and six more in Port Harcourt. Recovered items include Toyota Avenza, Lexus Jeep, Toyota Hilux, Toyota avalon, Mercedes Benz, Benz- E350-4Matic, Toyota Camry XLE Benz- GLE 450, iPhones and laptops.

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