I made a sms transfer of K100.00 from my Westpac to BSP on last week fortnight 18th, March 2020. It normally takes 24 hours for clearance. I was just confused when the money is not in the account. Could you check my statement immediately so that I can know the inconveniences with the mobile banking system. Thanks very much in advance. Jeps Tandamat.
9 months ago
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