“Man who returned KSh322,000 credited to him by mistake receives unexpected connection: he was screaming”

  • A young man said he received a big surprise when he returned KSh322,000 that someone mistakenly sent to his bank account.
  • The man said when he received the alert, he instantly knew it was a mistake because the description said the money was for a trampoline.
  • The honest man shared how he posted about the erroneous credit transfer on social media and caught the attention of the sender.

Timothy Ofoegbu has been celebrated on social media after he returned KSh322,000 that was sent to his account by mistake.

Reactions as a man is left shocked for his life after returning KSh322,000 mistakenly sent to his account.
Timothy Ofoegbu, who returned KSh322,000. Photo credit: Wirestock, Facebook/Timothy Ofoegbu
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Timothy shared a screenshot of the credit alert on Facebook and narrated how he sent it to the sender via social media.

Because of the complicated process involved in returning the money through the bank, Timothy said he resorted to posting about the money on social media and caught the sender’s attention.

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“…on Friday morning I went to the bank to inform them and see how they could transfer it back to the owner. It was going to be a complicated process that would involve a lawyer and even a court order for money laundering and terrorism. problems,” he said on Facebook.

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“I posted it on social media to get more ideas on how to handle it and, if possible, locate the owner. That helped me a lot.”

Timothy receives the shock of his life.

When Timothy contacted the sender, he learned that the man based in Niger State was struggling with his health due to an incorrect transfer.

Before returning the money, Timothy said he asked the sender to give him the number of the man it was originally intended for.

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It was at this point that Timothy discovered that the original recipient of the KSh322,000 wanted to send it to a distant relative. He said:

“…I insisted that he give me the number of the man I wanted to transfer the money to for the background check. I got the surprise of my life when I called him. He turned out to be a distant cousin of my mother.”

“We both grew up in Maiduguri. We know each other but haven’t seen each other since 1992. He was shouting with joy and I was happy too. This morning they had returned the money to the owner. I had peace like a river in my heart when the money came out my account because I know it will bring peace to both men…”

People praise Timothy Ofoegbu

Chidimma Nwosu said:

“You did it well.”

“But I think the sender should stop doing mobile transfers for now as they make mistakes with the name, you can imagine a loss of Ksh5.2 million in this economy in 6 months.”

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Rita Uche Nwafor said:

“You and your mother’s maternal cousin have the same last name, that’s strange. Well done.”

Ernestina Anierobi Dirim said:

“Commendable and exemplary. I hope that the teaching remains registered in the hearts of many.”

Ani Jessica Catherine said:

“God has a way of doing things. Reconnecting you with your family member, saving their life, giving you global visibility and a good name. Serving God sincerely is still the best because He will always have a way to bless those who did it. I am a living testimony.

“God will bless you immensely, Lord. Yours will not be lost.”

Peter Ndeche said:

“God bless you, Brother Tim, for representing Christ so well through your honest action. This is what being a Christian is all about. I am so proud of you.”

Buchi Israel’el Collins said:

“I just wanted to see the balance you blocked, that’s all… …

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In another story, Marto Murrithi received KSh100,000 via M-Pesa and it turned out that a Member of Parliament had sent it to him by mistake.

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Muriithi did what other people would not think to do and returned the money to the sender, who ordered it to be sent to a woman.

speaking to TUKO.co.keMuriithi said he returned the money because he is a clean soul with an image to uphold.

Source: Legit.ng