Jordan's Bank al Etihad reveals JD207,000 embezzlement case by former employees
Bank al Etihad on Monday announced that its internal auditing process has unveiled an embezzlement case concerning withdrawal of JD207,000 using two fake credit cards issued by resigned employees. In a statement to The Jordan Times on Monday, the bank said the employees, who resigned in October 2013, have withdrawn the money from other banks' ATMs and that their cash withdrawals have no impact whatsoever on clients' accounts, adding that it has filed a lawsuit to the concerned agencies against the employees.
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