Hi. I would just like to know. I receive...

Asked by Darius86 on 02-03-2021 16:06:53
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Eastern Cape

Hi. I would just like to know. I received a letter from the bank today stating that the transactions on my account was not permitted. It was with an online casino and according to my knowledge it was fine. I was not informed by the company etc that it was not permitted. I googled the online casinos in South Africa and there was a website that showed these casinos.

CDPC SARB Exceptions is asking about this now.

I was not aware that any if this is at all not fine.

What do I do?

They want a response in 3 days that stipulates if the transactions were done, if so, why etc..

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