I am not sure this is the correct forum to post my query.
I was using ABC credit card for about 10 years, two years ago, an international transaction happened on my card. I reported this transaction to the phone banking and informed the bank by written email. ABC bank reversed the charges and I was pacified that the issue has been resolved.
After a period of 3 months these same charges reappeared on my name. I was asked to submit some documet every 90 days and even after these documents demanded by the bank, these charges stayed. The bank after a period of a year debited my savings account for the amount of the transaction. I was irritated as I had nothing to do with this transaction. So I launched a police case at Cybercrime.
There was no outcome of the police case, I registered a case at banking ombudsman and they have rejected the claim saying the case is time barred as more than one year has passed.
Can any one guide me how can I appeal to the deputy governor for appeal against banking ombudsman award (Is there an email ID where I can send the data or the RBI application tracking system has to be used) or simply I should proceed to file a case in consumer court.
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You should have avoided BO and approached DCDRF and court thru police complaint.........of course thru your lawyer..........................and even IT adjudicator in your state... that has levied huge penalties on M/s ICICI bank and from various publications you will find that it is a habitual offender.......
My case too is somewhat the same. Last week my husband received an sms of purchases made using his credit card for quite a huge amount. right now we have filed an FIR with local police as well as cyber crime branch. The main point is , that the card is with me and shopping was done by swipping a card at mumbai. I think such banks need to be blacklisted .