System Flaw Causes Huge Deposits in Gambia Bank Accounts

System Flaw Causes Huge Deposits In Gambia Bank Accounts (News Central TV)

A flaw in the Central Bank of The Gambia’s system resulted in deposits of varying sums in US dollars into 27,000 commercial bank accounts. Most of the people affected were people who worked for the government and made at least $100 per month. They received deposits of $20,000.

System Flaw Causes Huge Deposits In Gambia Bank Accounts (News Central TV)

The Central Bank said that the mistake was caused by a commercial bank’s broken data transmission system. As a result, the affected accounts have been frozen so that the money can be returned.

This happened just a few weeks after hackers who couldn’t be found said they had stolen two terabytes of important and sensitive information from the central bank. The authorities, on the other hand, claim that the overpayments had nothing to do with hacking.

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