The First National Bank apologized for a system glitch which left South Africans furious on Wednesday.
Customers took their frustrations to Twitter after reportedly receiving a large bank balance on Tuesday.
Those who didn’t receive this fortune also took to Twitter how they felt left out.
Others had warnings for the FNB customers who had received the alleged deposits.
After the bank apologized, the funds were reversed all the erroneous transactions that had been completed, but some complained that the bank also took their money when reversing the money.
FNB’s transactional banking spokesperson Daniel Kaan said the incorrect balances were a result of delayed debit card transactions.
According to Kaan, the bank has been in contact with affected customers and the matter “has been resolved”, according to reports.
Some Twitter users claim to have already spent or withdrawn the funds sent to them and if these claims are true, the bank has a mammoth task of recovering those funds ahead of them.