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Igbo Traders Write Letter To Emefiele On Commercial Banks’ Charges, Deductions

Igbo Traders Write Letter To Emefiele On Commercial Banks’ Charges, Deductions

Igbo traders under the umbrella of South-East Amalgamated Markets Traders Association (SEAMATA) have called on the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) to look into the charges from commercial banks.

The Igbo traders raised this concern in an open letter addressed to the CBN Governor, Dr Godwin Emefiele yesterday. RIPPLES NIGERIA reports.

The traders lamented that the financial oppression depositors and account operators were going through is too much. Information Guide Nigeria

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The letter was signed by Chief Gozie Akudolu and Alex Okwudiri, President-General and Secretary respectively.

Part of the letter reads thus: “We are directed to formally bring to your notice the indiscriminate act of financial oppression which our members and all depositors and operators of bank accounts experience on a daily basis from commercial banks through indiscriminate charges and deductions.” jamb results

“Part of the major responsibilities of the commercial banks, we know, is to accept money deposits from customers and keep safe custody of the same and perform such other transactions for and as directed by the customer through various bank instruments.

“Most of the transactions, we also know, are the social responsibility of the banks. But today, the banks make deductions and charges for virtually every transaction ranging from deposits to even confirmation of signature”.

“When a customer makes an online transfer of funds, the transferor is charged a certain amount of money deducted from his/her account, and the recipient’s account is also charged and deductions made for receiving the money.

“In addition, charges and deductions are also made for SMS, which most of the time were not received. Finally, at intervals, charges and deductions will be made on the same account as the service charges”.

“Sir, the banks are pressing our necks real hard and we are financially choking. Our members had individually approached the banks to complain but without success”.

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