Most people have the bad habit of failing to return money sent to them mistakenly. Service providers are working to improve systems to reduce such cases to avoid losses.
A taxi driver is on the run after his customer mistakenly sent him Ksh.45000/=. According to Lemiso sato, a blogger who enjoys massive support from social media the driver is currently not receiving calls.
The driver identified as Boaz Mutekwa offered his taxi services to a customer in Eldoret town and was sent a fare of Ksh. 270/=. The customer then mistakenly sent Boaz's number to someone who was to pay a friend sh.45000/= from the bank.
The customer noticed today that Boaz received the sh.45000 and tried to reach him but he said that he had already used the money. The customer reported the issue to the police station.
This comes days after a middle she'd woman was arraigned and fined in court for failing to return money sent to her mistakenly through Mpesa.
Many people have been suffering after sending their money to wrong numbers who fail to reverse the money. What do you think should be done to minimize such cases?
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