Indian woman alleges bank manager stole $1.9m from her account

Shveta Sharma accuses ICICI Bank manager of fraudulent activities, claiming he siphoned off 160m rupees from her account.

She transferred money from her US account to invest in fixed deposits but alleges the manager created fake accounts, forged signatures, and manipulated records to withdraw funds without her knowledge.

Despite bank assurances, Sharma awaits resolution, rejecting a partial refund offer. ICICI Bank spokesperson confirms fraud, suspends manager pending investigation.

The case highlights risks of blind trust in banks and calls for increased vigilance by customers.

This incident follows recent reports of similar frauds involving ICICI Bank managers, underscoring the need for robust safeguards to protect customer funds.

(Based on BBC News)

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