Bank of America customer opens his phone app to find US$2.45 billion in his account, but the money was never there, not really

//Bank of America customer opens his phone app to find US$2.45 billion in his account, but the money was never there, not really

Bank of America customer opens his phone app to find US$2.45 billion in his account, but the money was never there, not really

Days after Citigroup made headlines for accidentally sending US$900 million to a group of lenders, a Bank of America customer in Massachusetts opened his account to find an even bigger cash infusion: US$2.45 billion.But the money was never really there.“This was a display error and nothing more than that,” Bank of America spokesman Bill Halldin said. “It’s been corrected.”The customer, psychiatrist Blaise Aguirre, said he initially figured Bank of America would discover the error itself. When…

Article by [author-name] (c) South China Morning Post - Read full story here.

By | 2020-08-22T07:53:45+00:00 August 22nd, 2020|World|Comments Off on Bank of America customer opens his phone app to find US$2.45 billion in his account, but the money was never there, not really