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Sydney Woman Got The Shock To See $24.5 Million In Her Bank Account

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Sydney Woman Got The Shock To See $24.5 Million In Her Bank Account

Sydney Woman Got The Shock To See $24.5 Million In Her Bank Account

There’s still around a two month’s left for Christmas, but people have already begun predicting their gifts for this season. While most of the people happy when they get expensive gifts and surprises. 


During all these incidents, strange and shocking news has got viral on social media that a Sydney woman has found a million dollars in her bank account by which she got shocked.

 Well! It would be shocking for everyone when in actuality you are not the owner of the money. It all started when Clare Wainwright, a lawyer from Sydney, received a letter of the mortgage repayments for her home loan from the National Australia Bank (NAB).

However, when she read the letter, she almost got a minor heart attack! There was a typo in the official letter, which read the mortgage repayments as $25,102,107 instead of the agreed-upon $2,500. She informed her mortgage broker soon enough, but instead of fixing the typo, NAB requested the whopping amount from her St George Bank account and, quite remarkably, St George obliged.

She woke up to find out that her NAB mortgage account had $24,544,780.16 in the black, while her St George account displayed negative balance. She again contacted the bank, and was told that it will be fixed in “three working days”.

She shares this bizarre situation on social media and wrote: “When NAB accidentally pays out your entire mortgage and gives you an extra $24.5 million to redraw. Do I skip the country??”

Sydney Woman Got The Shock To See $24.5 Million In Her Bank Account


The bank later said in a statement: “The error has been fixed and the payment has been reversed. We thank the customer for contacting us and we’re sorry for any trouble caused. We are looking into how it occurred”, according to the dailytelegraph.com