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Monday, July 08, 2019

ATM Thief Alert.......

On May 30,2019, an unauthorised withdrawal of 100k was made from my account with my ATM card by the person in the picture below...





(I DID NOT MISPLACE THE ATM CARD) It was stolen by someone i called friend but she denied it when i eventually asked her... I reported to the police and the bank and after much complaints to my bank(first bank)... The footage of the person who made the withdrawals was released by my bank for viewing but i do not recognise the person at all....


Please i want the general public and my fellow BVs especially those that stay in Delta state /Asaba environs to help me find this thief who has caused me so much pain so that he can explain to the police how he got my ATM card... 

I can be reached on this number "08163423266 (Ijeoma)"... 
Thank you all very much.. The pictures are attached below... 

HELP FIND HIM PLEASE!





47 comments:

  1. He was even smiling withdrawing another persons money.

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  2. Poster how did he get your pin.
    I hope you 're not a "woman scorned".
    All the same sorry for your loss.

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    1. Uve obviously not been defrauded b4 or Maybe u need someone to d fine d word “scam”

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  3. ,the day someone stole my thing from my shop.i went back home as in village.we used bees torment the idiot.he came begging until I collected times two of what he stole.this cctv is long tin.

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  4. My God! So sorry poster


    ... Jesus is my worth!

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  5. So sorry poster. He will be caught in Jesus name

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  6. Your friend most likely gave your card to someone else to withdraw.

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  7. How did he also get your PIN..?

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    1. I guess through her friend that denied not knowing anything about her stolen ATM.



      Shameless Thief!!!

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    2. People still ask this question in this age of technology and yahoo?

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  8. I pray they catch him.
    So sorry poster.

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  9. He's even smiling. Very wicked.

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  10. I hope this isn't Seyi. The picture isn't clear.

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    1. Lmaoo😁😁😁😁😁

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    2. PrincessOfBlogs8 July 2019 at 13:33

      anon 12:38 kindly send seyi's pix to stell let's compare biko

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    3. I'm done with you guys 😂😂😂😂😂😂😂

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  11. Sorry dear. May God help you catch this thief smiling while withdrawing another persons sweat. Onyeoshi

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  12. eya, a whole 100k for this Buhari time?.

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  13. How come your friend know your pin?? Sorry o!

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    1. My friends know my pin and I know theirs. Poster that person is a frenemy abeg. Hian

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    2. Why should your friends know your pin? I don't get it, for what purpose..? I understand couples in some cases, but friends?

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    3. Even banks warn let no one know your pin.......

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  14. Someone's sweat....wicked soul. See his ugly face. Poster sorry.

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  15. Sorry o Poster, I'm sure he and his accomplice will be caught one day.

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  16. See the bloody thief smiling and withdrawing someones sweat. I jope he is caught.

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  17. You already know who gave him the card. Arrange for some truth inducing treatment for your friend and watch the details of the guy flow out. Look at his teeth like that of a roasted goat.

    We all should be more careful with our banking details. This banks don't careless if your money gets stolen by a 3rd part. To get them accountable when the fault is theirs is very difficult not to talk of when the fault is now yours.
    Have 2 accounts. Your main account where the bulk of your money is should not have an ATM, a mobile banking app on your phone or anywhere and all these codes should NOT be activated on it.
    Your 2nd account should have a little money where you make your daily expenses and pos purchases. If the money is getting depleted, jejely walk into the bank and do a bank transfer yourself into the account.
    Delete your alerts, change your pin frequently. Do your bit and help safeguard your hard earned money. Your bank will never send an email asking for your banking details, don't click on links on any email, install a purchased (not free version) antivirus to help flag suspicious sites.

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    1. Are you me?

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    2. @ Ralu m, welldone.👍
      I won't be surprised if you're a banker or an ICT expert.
      I always try to give same tips to my friends family and peopleiin my network.

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  18. He will gt caught by God's grace

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  19. Sorry Ijeoma. The theif will soon be caught

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  20. Enter your comment...na WA oooo

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  21. Na wa oh see smile on top money that is not for him

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  22. Poster, I sincerely hope you're not accusing the wrong person o (I mean your friend, not the man in the picture). That was how a lady was falsely accused of stealing the ATM card and giving to a guy to withdraw just because she was living in the same room with the owner of the ATM card. She was innocent. So please make sure o before you accuse your friend.

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  23. How sure are you that your friend stole your card ? I hope this is not a false accusation.

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  24. Thanks alot stells.. Godbless u for me... I sincerely pray he gets caught cause he is the only proof i have to show that my supposed friend stole my atm card.... She is the only human who knows my pin..


    *jeoma*

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    1. Pls never you tell anyone your pin again. Not a soul knows mine. Even my husband doesnt know my pin.

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    2. Enter your reply...poster are you sure your card was not swapped and you didn't know?

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    3. Post this same picture on Facebook and Instagram. Someone somewhere must know him.

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