A Dundee woman is warning others to be wary after being “scammed” out of £200 at a cash machine.
Rona Ross is the second person this week to report losing money from the ATM outside the TSB in Lochee.
Mrs Ross said: “I went to take out money from the TSB and when I went to put my pin password in, it wouldn’t accept it.
“I thought ‘I must have got it wrong’ and tried again but I was told it was wrong again and then a third time.
“I thought ‘I better just go’ so I left the ATM.
“But then I got a statement at the end of the month and it said £200 had been taken out.
“I went into the bank because there must have been a mistake.”
The Tele reported earlier this week that comedian June Brown had a similar issue at the same ATM in Lochee.
She had become flustered at the machine and had cancelled her transaction – but when she went into the bank branch to take the money out, she was told £100 had left her account.
Mrs Ross continued: “I’m now wondering if there has been a scam and if I need to go to the police about it.
“This has happened twice at the same machine in such a short space of time.
“There must be something going on because this has never, ever, ever happened to me before.
“Normally when you put a wrong password in you can’t get any money out and it shouldn’t go any further than that.
“But I didn’t get any money and I don’t feel this has been addressed well enough, particularly when it’s also happened to someone else.
“It says £200 has gone but I didn’t get any money.”
A spokesman for TSB said: “Ms Ross contacted TSB last week to dispute a card transaction at our ATM in Lochee.
“We have been in touch with her to confirm the matter is being investigated and we hope to get it resolved by the end of this week.”