When making a direct deposit by means of electronic funds transfer, the payer also normally enters reference information to make it easy for the payee to recognise who made the deposit and which account to credit.
The reference may be an account number, an invoice number, the payer's name, or some other meaningful identification. To ensure that the payee is aware of the deposit, the payer commonly follows up by sending to the payee a remittance advice.
There is a deposit slip of capitec bank customer which is trending on different platforms of social media. The reference which is written there, is a catch phrase and will make you laugh even if you don't want.
The money got deposited at one of Tembisa mall in Gauteng province and the reference was written in Tsonga which says, "Vuya kaya nsati vateka". This simple means, come back home, they are taking your wife.
It seems like that amount of money was for transport for this guy to quickly come back home. So now the reference block has been used for message, and there is no way he won't see it.
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