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Old 04-24-2012, 09:55 AM
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Cash Machine Scams

Basically wanted to deposit cash into my account at nationwide, and I put my card in and deposited 200, it rejected one 20 note and took the other 180, then it goes "sorry out of service" so I pressed cancel which gave my card back but no money. I went to ask the customer service to see if the 180 went in, and in this time a lady went and used the machine and left, the customer service told me that no money was transferred and went to open the machine, which was now working, they said it might have gone through and that I will have to wait till tomorrow morning to see if they have an excess of 180 and they made me write up a document and then told me that if they do get the excess they'll transfer the money into my account. I then had to leave for lesson as I was in a hurry and I didn't want to make a scene in the bank, but what should I do if they don't have an excess. Should I go and argue in the store or over the phone, I think I should tell them to look at their cctv and see what happened. Do you think the lady took my money? And has this happened to anyone else? Just so pissed off about this as I'm on a tight budget and then this type of problem occurs. Thanks for the help.

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