The riddle of Nedbank's Box 47

The riddle of Nedbank's Box 47

When the safety container was opened, the gold Roman coin collection was gone.

Who opened Safety Deposit Box number 47 in a Nedbank security vault and plundered a collection of gold Roman and early Briton coins? And why after three years of promises has Nedbank failed to produce the results of its investigation into the theft?

Could this be because the evidence points to the thief being a trusted Nedbank employee? And that, to conceal an embarrassing “inside job” – and a possible big settlement payout – the bank has been deliberately spinning out its investigation until the time limitation for claim and blame expires?

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Submitted by : Jenny Smith of Hyper By The Sea on 2017-06-25 22:56:36
Hope the Consumer Protection Act 2011 blows the bank's denial of culpability out of the water. The Banks promote them as "Safety Deposit Boxes" which customers rent solely for their supposed security!


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