If money is mistakenly deposited into your account, the money isn't yours unless you made the deposit or if someone else made the deposit on your behalf. The only time you can keep money that is deposited into your account is when the deposit was intended to be made into your account. So, if the deposit was a mistake, you can't keep the money.
There have been so many instances where by people receive money which was not intended for them in their bank accounts. One lady recently revealed that she received money into her account and she decided to ask her followers if she should spend it or not. On her post she mentioned:
"Just got money I don’t know where it comes from. Matches none of my invoices, and reference is not making sense 😭 should I blow it?". One tweep also commented on her post by stating that: "🤣🤣🤣 this reminds me when I was paid double the salary I kept quite and started spending it kancane kancane eeee wabuya uEmployer🤣🤣🤣 no pay back the money."
If you were the one in this situation, what would you have possibly done about the money you have mistakenly received in your bank account? Share your thoughts by leaving a comment below, like and don't forget to hit the share button.
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