A British citizen, living for a few months in Mauritius, was shocked to learn that a sum of Rs 83,000 was missing from his account. And, in two tranches. The second time, the money vanished almost a day after he made a withdrawal from an ATM with a new card. The expatriate is convinced that the ATM has been tampered with and that the card was cloned in use.
"This is the only possible explanation for this was the first time he used this card, and this window in particular, supports a close. Before, we were not sure where the fraud was committed, but now it is certain that it is in Mauritius. " Approached by express, the Bank of expatriate denies responsibility if it is a fraud has been committed. "Neither cards have been issued by us. Should do with the banks concerned, shows do we. Moreover, the stop is in no way involved. "
At Columbia, the bank noted that its machines are among the best on the market and it is difficult to manipulate. The bank itself has informed the British national, there are two weeks of the possibility that he was the victim of fraud because of suspicious activity appear on his behalf. After verification, the man learns that Rs 75,000 had vanished from his account. The money was spent in Costa Rica! All of which leads to close the British that "it is a well-organized international network." After negotiations, the expatriate is reimbursed by his bank and canceled her debit card.
There are some days, he decided to use another credit card for the first time. It makes a withdrawal at an ATM in a shopping mall and the next day, he received the same message from his bank informing him that suspicious transactions took place in his account. This time, the sum of Rs 8000 has disappeared and was spent in the United States. The Columbia was paid back by the bank.