1. The police certainly checked this unknown person.stephanielau1992 wrote: 8. The police asked me to send back the unknown source money to the unknown person without showing me any court legal documents.
I feel that the police should show me the court order to return the money, because I totally don't know the person who sent money to my bank account. The police cannot just ask me return back the money to an unknown person.Because there is no proof that the money belongs to the unknown person, even though the person has the receipt, but he may be the accomplice in the criminal case.
I really don't know what to do, and I lose so much money during the investigation period, nobody can help me to get back.
2. It's not your money.
3. Follow the police order. You don't need to have a court decision to return the money if you know the account No it arrived from.
4. Holding the money you may face criminal charges - people are prosecuted for not returning sunglasses found on the street.
5. Read the agreement with the bank - this is the source of your information what the bank can and what can not do with your account.