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A grandfather thought he would do something nice for his grandson by depositing an amount into an investment account.  Unfortunately, the money is gone 18 years later.  Photo for illustration.

A grandfather thought he would do something nice for his grandson by depositing an amount into an investment account. Unfortunately, the money is gone 18 years later. Photo for illustration.

Amsterdam – In 2002, a grandfather deposits an amount of €2000 into a special investment account for his grandson, with the aim that the boy can use it eighteen years later. But by that time, the bank has stopped those activities and the money has disappeared. And there is no need for clarification, the Kifid complaints institute has decided.

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