Dissatisfied Nigerians have taken to their social media pages to call out Access bank over repeated stamp-duty charges that were deducted from their savings accounts.
Over the weekend, Access Bank’s customers were debited repeatedly for stamp-duty charges.
Some Twitter accounts also called on the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to investigate the issue. They promise to storm the bank, come Monday morning for explanations.
Customers even went as far as shading the bank for giving out funds to the government for the eradication of coronavirus in the country when they didn’t have such funds.
See some tweets below:
Access Bank has killed someone ooo ????? pic.twitter.com/OC4hGXBJ2O
— The Walter Guy ? (@Thewalterguy) June 27, 2020
ACCESS BANK CORPORATE FRAUD ALERT!
@accessbank_help just deducted N7650 from my account all in the name of stamp duty. This is different from N2200, and N1500 they deducted earlier today. @cenbank @fccpcnigeria @Complaintsboxng @MaziIbe_ What's happening? This is evil! pic.twitter.com/LoMvCUguF2
— ?Arishe (@LArishekola) June 27, 2020
Good morning @cenbank it has become worrisome about this @myaccessbank charges in the name of stamp duty, i mean to understand that stamp duty charges is current account , I'm operating a services account with access bank and since , April Access bank has been charging me
— Terwase Orkpoughul (@orkpoughul) June 28, 2020
— Alfreda (@twenybet) June 28, 2020
— Olufemi Phinehas (@OlufemiPhineha1) June 28, 2020
— Taiwo Olabode (@pizzle001) June 28, 2020
HAVE COMPLAINED BITTELY ABOUT MY WRONG DEBITED AMOUNT OF MONEY ACCESS BANK DID IN MY ACCOUNT, YESTERDAY THEY DEBITED ME STAMP DUTY
— OGBUAGU OBINNA (@OGBUAGUOBINNA2) June 28, 2020
I donated 1 billion naira to FG, got broke and sacked my employees. Now I'm stealing from my customers to recover…
— Ik (@Ik45811297) June 28, 2020