A woman has been hailed a hero after tracking down the woman who accidentally sent her £520 ($720) in and giving it back.
Leah Taylor, from the West Midlands, said she was trying to send some money from her savings account to another when she 'stupidly' sent it to that of a stranger.
But her 'faith in humanity' was quickly restored when Denbi Rickerby, from Wolverhampton, managed to find her on Facebook and return the cash, which Leah had been saving to fix her car.
Sharing the tale to her page, Leah, 33, thanked Denbi, 28, for tracking her down and doing the right thing, posting a portion of their conversation.
The mum-of-three wrote: "So I've just made a really dumb stupid mistake and tried to transfer some money from my savings account to my other account and STUPIDLY sent it using the wrong details.
"I have never been so angry in my life I've already had a s*** day as it is AND THEN I get this message off a girl I DO NOT KNOW who found me on Facebook because of my name on my bank account and sent me my money back...
"I do not know her... never seen her in my life she could have kept that 520 for herself and never mentioned a word but she is that honest she's hunted me down on Facebook to send me my money back!!!"
The barmaid added: "MY FAITH IN HUMANITY HAS BEEN RESTORED what a blessing she is she will get good karma if anyone on fb knows her you got a good honest friend right there!!!!"
After seeing the post, Denbi said it was no bother at all.
She wrote: "Aww, such lovely words, thank you, just did what I hope anyone else would of done."
To which Leah replied: "Denbi Rickerby honestly you don't have to thank me it's me that should be thanking you... genuinely don't know how much I appreciate that....100 percent good karma you're getting."
She added later: "Honestly not a lot of people would have searched me up on Facebook... I don't know her she could have not mentioned anything... bless her man honestly what a pure soul."
Since the story was posted, people have praised Denbi for her kind gesture and not deciding to keep the money.
One person wrote: "What a wonderful young lady. She'll get her blessings for that, no doubt."
Another commented: "What a legend! And this is some good karma at work."
A third said: "Still some decent people left in the world who are honest."
While another added: "Wow what an amazing woman glad you managed to transfer it to the most kindest person so u got it back."
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