Boosie claims that his bank account was hacked and someone hijacked him for $351,000 across over a dozen wire transfers under 8 different names. Back in July, Boosie took to Instagram to blast Capital One for allowing someone to steal nearly $469,000 (fees included) from his bank account. He also claimed that the customer service was disrespectful to him when he asked to get his money back.
“Capital has let someone commit fraud on my account of 469k,” he wrote. “When this first happen I went to the banks months str8 asking questions, filing reports, meeting with officers etc. n every time I was givin a bunch of lies n bullshit.”
“They was very unprofessional n ignorant towards me when I was just tryin to get my legally earned money back. waited on calls from investigators n got not one dam call,” he added. “A year passed n I was told I was denied on getting my money back. Then when my attorneys tried to get this matter in court they said it was to late to have a civil case n get my money back.”
Apparently, the issue began around the time Boosie’s driver’s license was stolen two years ago. Since then, several large transfers have been made out of his account, including $80k in one instance and $50k in another.
It turns out, the person who is being accused of siphoning money from Boosie’s account was his own brother, Taquari “TQ” Hatch. According to the police report, Taquari also posed as Boosie when calling Capital One customer service to authorize transfers, but made a mistake of mentioning that he had a wife, which Boosie does not. At that point, the company’s fraud department was triggered to begin an investigation.
Taquari was arrested last week on charges of identity theft and fraud, however, he maintains that he is completely innocent. He took to Instagram to address the situation.