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happyking4ever
post Jan 22 2020, 02:54 PM

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no one can take the money wrongly credited into their account anyway. under malaysia laws, the bank has the rights to reverse the wrongly credit amount, or if the person already withdraw the money, the bank can demand the money to be returned.

because, it is wrongly credited. it is not free money given. wrongly done means it can be rightfully corrected lor.

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post Jan 22 2020, 03:36 PM

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QUOTE(haroldz123 @ Jan 22 2020, 03:32 PM)
Sure or not
Got case one company silap bank to two ex malays employee but they refused to give back
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see them in court see who will win lor
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post Jan 22 2020, 04:12 PM

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QUOTE(MeToo @ Jan 22 2020, 03:59 PM)
U go try ask the bank to do that see how far it gets you... especially small sums like 1600
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https://asklegal.my/p/malaysia-bank-transfe...-get-money-back

the point is, if you have wrongly transfer the money to a wrong person account, and there is proof that you have no reason to do so, such as purchasing a goods or service, you have your legal rights to settle the dispute by requesting the money to be returned. the person cannot win a court case by stating that you made a mistake and now the money is rightfully his. he can only win if he can shows that it is a rightful exchange. the court will look at the dispute and decide who should get the money, not blindly following a stupid rule such as if you transfer money wrongly, then it is your own problem and too bad you won't get back your money no matter what.

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post Jan 22 2020, 04:40 PM

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QUOTE(MeToo @ Jan 22 2020, 04:32 PM)
sure, you can link all the legal "standing" as you like, in practice you ask see how many have managed to get the bank to give a damn about your money. As for going to court with rm1600... yeah.. sure..
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the point is, as far as laws is concerned, if you wrongly transfer the money to someone, you are legally allowed to claim back that money.

it is not necessarily a pain free process. but if you really really want to do it, up to the point of lodging police report and employ lawyer to initiate a legal suit, the person who receive that money has little chance of actually winning and will be forced to return that money.

that's my point. i never meant that will be an easy process.

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post Jan 22 2020, 05:29 PM

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QUOTE(Ayer @ Jan 22 2020, 04:50 PM)
You sure? I've heard some while back that the law won't get at you if you withdraw, mistake is simply that. What you said is just matter of moral obligation
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well it is not. legally speaking. money incorrectly given to someone else by accident is still yours, because there is no legal reason for the other person to justified taking it from you just because you make a mistake.

a lot of people find this hard to believe, it is because a lot of us are brought up thinking that if someone gives you money by mistake, then it is their problem and you are free to spend that money without any worry. laws say otherwise.


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