Mumbai woman accidentally transfers Rs 7 lakh to wrong account, recipient refused to return money saying he won lottery
- The 38-year-old was trying to transfer the money to someone close to her on June 29
- She mistakenly entered the wrong bank account number
- When cops contacted the unintended recipient, he refused to return the money, saying he had won the lottery
When the woman realized what had happened, she contacted the bank. However, the bank refused to help, saying it was their fault and there was nothing they could do.
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The woman then decided to approach Cyber Cell Mira Bhayander Vasai Virar on June 20.
The police then tracked down the account holder‘s contact details and demanded that he return the money.
However, the man refused to return the money, saying he had won the lottery.
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When the cops threatened to take action against him, the man agreed to call off the deal.
The woman got her money back on July 2.