Bank must pay compensation for not completing transfer via Pix

Bank that does not complete transfer made through Pix, but says it did, fails to provide the service. With this understanding, the 10th Special Civil Court ordered, this Thursday (3/31), Bank C6 to pay indemnity for moral damages of R $ 2 thousand to a client.
Bank must pay compensation for not completing transfer via Pix

The man made a transfer via Pix, but the amount was not sent. He contacted the bank, but the problem was not resolved. After filing the action, the financial institution returned the money to the customer.

The judge stated that the bank failed to provide the service. After all, it did not justify why the amount was not transferred, stating that it had done the procedure, and only reversed the money after the client went to court.

“Notable is the frustration of the consumer’s expectation with the service provided and the impotence to assert his right due to the defendant’s recalcitrance in fulfilling a legal duty despite having complained administratively, which characterizes the productive deviation of his working time”, said the judge.

Process 0004647-53.2021.8.19.0210


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