Capitec Bank is making headlines for all the wrong reasons once again. They've gone through it everything, from being infected with a virus to having their hard-earned money vanish without a trace.
This morning, unsettling photographs of an elderly woman tossing belongings away after a big sum of money vanished from her bank account inundated social media.
Despite the fact that Capitec bank systems are no longer in operation, the woman claimed to have a sizable bank account. The monies have since vanished, according to Capitec sources.
"A few months ago, Chris got himself into a lot of trouble at Capitec Bank. She's now behaving strangely and wanting her money back. Capitec ought to stop stealing other people's money." One of the community members stated as much in a tweet.
Many South Africans felt something was wrong with Standard Bank because such things don't happen very often at other banks. On average, a scandal at FNB or ABSA arises once every ten years.
As the holiday shopping season approaches, customers may want to think twice before depositing money in Capitec, where a fraud ring is suspected to be operating.
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