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Read How 16-Year-Old Girl Has Been Transferring #190k From Her Boss Account Into Her Sister's Account

Are we going to mark this crime as a result of technological disadvantage or should we call it devilish acts in the lives of these two suspect sisters?

A woman was seen inside the scene in a video posted on Twitter by instablog9ja, lamenting on how two sisters she employed nearly destroyed her life by moving her money from one account to another and spending the majority of it on useless things.

Boss (the woman standing)

According to my banking experience, there are two ways to check if there is a bank alerts, either a debit or credit alert, via mail (g mail or e mail) or even a normal message. But it's likely that the woman had put her faith in them when it came to the money transfer; they already knew her pin and had even figured out some clever way to transfer her money. After they have carried out their evil deeds by transferring money from her account via her phone, they will delete the debit alerts without the woman knowing.

The elder sister(suspect)

Their pictures

When the woman inquired about how they usually move money, the younger sister stated that she would transfer to the older sister (who already had a bank account), and that they had already purchased #20k airtime via the woman's bank account. They had already moved #170k from the woman's account to her older sister's account, making it #190k. Is this not wickedness?

My best advice to someone who has workers who are likely to assist her in taking care of the house and their children is to ensure that they have the spirit of God before welcoming them. Also, strive to make them feel special and if you are too harsh with them, they will find a way to repay you by doing something evil.

Though we don't know why the suspects who were apprehended did this to their boss, let's just be cautious!! We're not going to be taken advantage of.



source: instablog9ja

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