The Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB) group has drafted a warning message to all Kenyans who are in a long-distance relationship. The organization cautioned its members especially if their partners are in Nairobi to be more vigilant on the status of their accounts.
In a social media post, they said that those who are in a relationship and they don't trust each other should be checking their accounts more frequently for them to detect any authorized transaction that might take place without their awareness.
"If you’re in a long-distance relationship and she is in Nairobi, it is good if you check your account balance from time to time in case there are unauthorized transactions, you can detect them in good time," they wrote.
This message has been directed to those who have partners who are not trustworthy to protect their accounts from intruders who can siphon their money without their knowledge.
Moreover, this message will highlight those who have money in their accounts and do not know the balances or they do not care about their safety. They should be vigilant for them to notice any transaction if there is one.
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