Flutterwave, a unicorn in the African financial industry, has denied losing $2,949,557,867 to hackers. it was previously revealed that hackers had stolen $2,949,557,867 from the company’s accounts, with over 300 clients being impacted. It also said that neither the firm account nor any of its clients’ money had been lost.
Albert Onimole, the tech giant’s attorney, had informed the State Criminal Intelligence Department, Panti, Yaba, Deputy Commissioner of Police about the situation.
The breach on Flutterwave’s accounts, which occurred a few weeks ago, according to Onimole’s letter, revealed that the aforementioned cash was first moved to 28 accounts in 63 transactions.