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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by BoyBach, Jul 15, 2009.
That's one expensive packet of cigarettes!
so a Nigerian scammer got his credit card info?
I want someone to buy me Europe...
Sorry, my credit card's limit isn't that high.
Looks like it was a technical glitch at Visa.
13,000 multiplied by $23 quadrillion is a heck of a lot of money. Easily more than the GDP of Planet Earth. Maybe even more than the GDP of the whole galaxy.
$299,000,000,000,000,000,000. Anyone know what that number is?
Hmmm...I wonder if that number is actually possible on a Black Card. Would be kinda interesting to test out
Explanation of the source of the error:
the question is.... if he returned them and got a full refund... would he have had that much money - $16?
then he could call up Europe and make an offer
What would you do with that kind of money...
Buy a slice of bread, because at that point stacks of toilet paper would be worth more than the money.
I'd just have enough money to buy a loaded Mac Pro.
Honestly I can't even believe how he got in this situation...Fortunately it all got resolved in the end.
Typical of banks.
No matter how ludicrous the situation they display zero common sense.
He was lucky.
Only got charged $15 for an overdraft of $23,148,855,308,184,500.00
Seriously! Twunts. In my experience Bank of America is a huge festering turd of a bank, they are even more unhelpful and irritating than the banks over here, and that's really saying something!
If we sell Europe for 23 quadrillion, how much do we get, each? I think I'd be willing to sell my share for that price.
I, for one, welcome our new American very-heavily-in-debt overlords.
Everyone would get just over US$31,600,000. Not bad!
Which just goes to show that all of Europe is not worth $23 quadrillion. In fact, the entire Earth is probably not worth that much.
Especially in this economy.
and we will then need to offload items to China etc to make the repayments
Try USBank. Their CEOs are going to rot in hell thats for sure.
Ahhh, so they spaced out.
23,148,855,308,184,500 / 6.7 billion people = approx $3.5 million per person.
I'll take some of that
Surprised they waived the overdraft fee.
I wonder what the interest alone would be on that charge.