Capitec bank is back in the news for all the wrong reasons again. From getting attacked by a virus to having their hard-earned money vanish without a trace.
This morning, social media was full of upsetting pictures of an old woman throwing away things after a huge amount of money went missing from her bank account. Capitec bank systems have gone away, but the woman said she had a lot of money in her account. Capitec sources say the money has now supposedly gone away.
"A few months ago, Chris caused a lot of trouble at Capitec Bank. Now, this woman is acting strangely and wants her money back. Capitec needs to stop taking other people's hard-earned money." One of the members of the community said so in a tweet.
Many South Africans thought there was something wrong with Standard Bank because these kinds of things don't happen very often in other banks. On average, there was a scandal at FNB or ABSA every ten years. Because the holiday shopping season is coming up, customers may want to think twice before putting their money in Capitec, where a fraud gang is said to be working.
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