An Australian Woman who was 'stressed out' after ATM receipt shows her balance mysteriously increased to almost $10 MILLION , now SHE owes the bank $7500
The 49-year-old, Sue Lamb, was taking money out of her business credit card account at an ATM and noticed her available balance had change to $9,990420.
Ms Lamb said she called ANZ to inform them of the error but claims a customer service agent told her it was her money and there was nothing he could do.
She then posted on Facebook on Sunday "Just checked my credit card which has a limit of $50k and guess what!" I'm a millionaire!!, Check out the balance. Plus I've got no debt on it sooo strange. Lol woo hooo let's goooooo girls Tahiti sounds nice. Best I fess up."
A spokeswoman from the credit card company, ANZ, said "The available balance on the BOQ ATM receipt refers to the amount of the monthly spend cap (monthly spend cap less any spend from that month) rather than the available credit.”
The bank changed the balance to the original amount but also left Lamb with $7,500 in overdraft fees, despite the fact she reported the incident. "The bank have just left me with a massive debt and won't pick up my calls," she told the Gold Coast Bulletin. "It is disgusting that they can treat people like this."