Expat Finance March 13, 2009 at 6:08 pm

It’s really sad she fell for that. Did you read about Citibank? Theoretically, a bank should know better, but apparently they don’t: http://www.americanbanker.com/btn_article.html?id=20090227W7HHRLRY
She should still contact her bank first thing and inform them of the fraud. They’ll know which authorities to go to (file a criminal complaint, attorney general, or whomever to contact).

Heyagainlando March 13, 2009 at 6:12 pm

Yeah, that Citibank story was priceless. Just goes to show that money does not necessarily mean intelligence.

I work at the bank, that is why she came to us. There was no fraud yet, so I told her to keep a close eye, or if she preferred, open a new account to avoid it altogether. She did not yet want to close it because of automatic payments that were set up.

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