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There are chances that you may get your money back after you may have performed a bank transfer wrongly. The reason for the wrong transfer may be wrong account details, or being defrauded, or some other reasons.

How You May Get Back Your Money After A Wrong Bank Transfer

The first thing to do is to get in touch with your bank. How rapidly you do this could determine the success of these processes. Get in touch with the recipient's bank too immediately, this may work in your favor.

Banks do have customer service addresses which could be email addresses, phone lines, WhatsApp lines. You should immediately contact their customer service address stating your issue. In the essence of time, calling or visiting one of their branches is more advisable in this issue because a quick response or action is needed.

Before getting in touch with the bank; the details of the transaction should have been written out: Your account number and name, recipient's account number and name, date and time of the transaction, the amount involved, and the reason you want the money back.

State clearing what brings about the transaction and why you are recalling the fund. As far as this is done, your bank will get in touch with the recipient's bank to place a hold on the amount credited into the recipient's account.

This should quickly be done because the recipient may have withdrawn or transferred the fund. However, if the recipient has withdrawn the money and the account is no more funded, a hold will be on the amount left and pending the resolution. If the account is funded or not the recipients will be invited to the bank to resolve this issue.

Here Are Two Things That May Happen After The Arrival Of The Recipient

1. Recipient confirmation of the wrong transfer 

The recipient may show up and accept the reversal of the wrongful credit. The wrongly transferred fund may be reversed within two days, sometimes it takes a longer time due to some reasons

Before reversal, the recipient will have to verify your claims, because some people may mischievously try to recall funds paid as payment for legitimate products or services.

2. Recipient confirming it's a valid transaction

If the recipients confirm it's a valid transaction and did not give consent. The bank will hold the amount, which will be impossible to withdraw or transfer until the day he/she accept the reversal. The bank may advise you to take the case to court in some cases.

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