- An Eastern Cape bank employee has landed in hot water for refusing to return R150k erroneously sent to her
- The Mthatha-based Hawks arrested Aaliya Govender and charged her with theft
- The incident occurred in June 2021 when another bank employee made the error
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MTHATHA - An Eastern Cape bank employee would not let a chance at easy money pass her by.
Now the 28-year-old woman, Aaliya Govender, is facing the consequence of refusing to return R150 000 accidentally transferred into her account.
Eastern Cape Hawks arrest bank employee for theft
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Hawks Provincial Spokesperson Captain Yolisa Mgolodela said the incident happened on 21 June 2021 when another bank employee made the error.
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The employee made multiple attempts to reverse the transaction, which ultimately failed. When the complainant reached out to Govender, she refused and allegedly transferred the money to her savings account for personal use.
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The employee filed a complaint at the Ngangelizwe Community Service Centre, which was eventually transferred to the Hawks for investigation.
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Below are some comments:
Ernest Sekano demanded:
"They MUST do to Aaliya what they did to the Walter Sisulu Univ student. We demand consistency in all these kinda cases."
Zanele Mazibuko criticised:
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"Looting taking place there."
Debbie Clifford suggested:
"So the bank must just take her pension /provident fund money to cover the loss."
Cuban Moodley said:
"Stupidity and dishonesty have no boundaries. Can you ever willingly lose your job over R150k."
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The women were caught up in a Tinder Swindler-type scam after they crossed virtual paths with a man who claimed he was an international airline pilot.
The man would target his victims by sending them friend requests on Facebook and begin chatting with them on the messenger app.
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Source: Briefly News