Opinion-You Loaned Your Friend N4m Since Last Year & He Has Refused To Pay, This Happens
By NairaAlert | self meida writer
Published 8 days ago - 0 views
You loaned your friend N4,000,000 last year and since then, he has refused to pay back, which has really deteriorated the friendship.
You beg him to just pay you N2,000,000 and forget the rest because you are in a financial crisis. Your friend then says he can only get you N1,500,000 since that's all he has.
You feel like you have no option but to accept. You eventually give him your account details to send the amount directly to your bank.
You wake up the next morning, checked your account and there is N15,000,000 in it. You kept staring at the screen in disbelief but it is indeed 15m.
You grab your phone and find 53 missed calls from him and an additional 27 text messages begging you to transfer back N13,500,000 since he only meant to send N1,500,000 and mistakenly added an extra "0."
As a well-brought-up person, what are you supposed to do?
1. Send back N13,500,000/=?
2. Take your full N4,000,000/=?
3. Keep the entire N15,000,000/=?
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