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PayPal Gives Man $92 Quadrillion By Accident

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If a company makes this big of an error, you should be allowed to keep some of the money. Even if the money amount is as ridiculous as this one.

According to CNBC,

A Pennsylvania PR executive opened up his June email statement from PayPal to discover…he was the richest man in the world, according to a report from CNN. His account balance read $92,233,720,368,547,800.

But it was fleeting. PayPal corrected the error by the time he logged in. But it did offer to make a charity donation on his behalf to make up for the confusion.

Have you ever been given the wrong amount of money in a transaction? Did you turn the money in or did you keep it? Share your story in the comment section below.


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