Muin Zachry, the owner of the account that was broken into by a pedicab driver with Rp. 320 million, said he was disappointed with this and was going to police the BCA teller. Because Muin admitted that he was not satisfied with BCA’s answer, which said the burglary case was due to customer negligence.
Her legal adviser and daughter, Dewi Mahdalia, also asked about the bank’s security system. Dewi also wondered why a bank like BCA could easily give money to other people. Dewi considers the bank to be careless and careless. According to him, the security system and validity of the BCA bank can easily be broken into.
“Could an international bank like BCA have less security? Imagine being hacked by a pedicab driver. Even though the bankers are graduates. This isn’t making this up, but it does happen,” said Dewi, quoted by detikJatim, Wednesday (25/1/2023) ).
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Now Dewi herself is standing in court as her father’s legal adviser in suing the BCA account burglary case at the Surabaya District Court.
Not enough to send Mohamad Thoha as the main actor in breaking into accounts and Setu as a pedicab driver who is the executor of breaking into prison, Dewi will fight for justice until her father’s money returns.
For this reason, he is ready to file a subpoena against BCA and will criminalize the bank teller who has disbursed his father’s money to someone else.
“I plan to subpoena first. After that I will report it to BI (Bank Indonesia), to the OJK (Financial Services Authority), as well as to the East Java Regional Police,” said Dewi.
“Teller, but personal. First, personality to the cashier (teller), why didn’t you check your ID card with your face? Why didn’t you call? Instead, say it’s the customer,” he added.
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