A Melbourne woman who was supposed to transfer $100 through cryptocurrency exchange Crypto.com received $10 million in May 2021 due to a mistake.
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In May 2021, “MarketWatch” reported that Tevamanogari Manivel’s bank account was inflated by a $10 million deposit when it expected $100.
A Crypto.com employee allegedly accidentally entered an account number in the payment section.
The transaction came after Ms Manivel, who failed to report the error to Crypto.com, sought a refund and then transferred 10.1 million to a joint account, broadcaster 7News in Australia reported.
Crypto.com, the transferee, only realized its mistake in December 2021. He is now suing the Aussie to get his money back.
An unexpected guardian for several million dollars, the Australian did not cut it. In fact, she had already spent $1.35 million on the five-bedroom house she gave to her sister, also targeted by the lawsuit.
Thus, the dream promises to be short-lived for the two sisters. In fact, after Crypto.com’s partial victory in the courts, “it is said that an order for the sale of the house has already been issued by the Supreme Court of Victoria, despite the resumption of other legal proceedings related to the situation. In October. “, “Marketwatch” reported.
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