May 23 - Bank error gives man nearly $70K, now he faces charges for spending most of it

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 6 years ago '05        #61
freshtoodef 5 heat pts
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let bank of america drop some extra chicken in my account im taking all that sh*t out asap then taking a trip to bora bora catch me if u can
 05-24-2012, 11:54 AM         #62
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He could have taken the 70K and put it in a 3 month CD giving about 3.5% interest. Would have made a lil over 1200 on what he would have had to return.

Anyway this is a bank error and the banks should have to pay for it. Banks are in the business of risk management anyway, this is just one type of risk they should have coverage for.

If you were on the street and someone put 5K in cash in your hands you wouldn't have to pay it back, why should banks be treated any differently? They're corporations which are constitutionally given the same rights as a person. Treat them like one and make them pay for their own stupid mistakes.
 6 years ago '05        #63
Maaad Man 3 heat pts
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Finders keepers, losers weepers.
 6 years ago '10        #64
TheMindOf 21 heat pts21
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 Fras1788 said:
fu*k you.

These banks are raping every US Citizen, in BROAD DAYLIGHT. You stupid a.ss.


Then when the banks make a mistake, they file charges on this dude? Who basically thought he won the lottery?

I'd do the same exact thing as this dude. The banks fu*ked up, its not his fault. Banks need to treat that as lost "product" and write it off or something like businesses have to do when they have thefts, and or lost or stolen goods.....Banks business= Money, and making money with Money....

fu*k ALL BANKS. fu*k GOVERNMENT.



Guy. You sound like a moron. I know for a fact (after working for a bank for 5+ years) that the only people who say sh*t like that, are people who suck at managing their own money and people who sympathize with people who cant manage their own money

People fu*ked sh*t up for themselves over this past few years. The type of dumb sh*t I see people do on a daily basis is incredible.

Everybody wanna live outside their means then when the sh*t blow up in their face, all of a sudden it's everyones fault but their own..

We just hold the money.

- We aint tell Old lady jones to blow her whole SSI check at the LQ store and casino then call us crying when she gets some Overdraft fees and can't afford milk

- We aint tell n*ggas to buy houses they KNOW they can't afford

- We aint tell you not to know how your account works when we send you stuff that you don't read every month.

- We aint tell Shaniqua to say "fu*k school", drop out and have 4 kids by 21.


90% People put themselves in the position to be poor. Then its "fu*k the bank. y'all are crooked". All we do is hold your money. You have to manage it.
 6 years ago '04        #65
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 RAWshadTX said:
So, if a cashier gives you back WAY more money than you realize and you walked out with the money and notice the extra change are you gonna go back and give it back to the store or say fu*k it?


That's almost what happened here. Employee would most likely be fired and the customer can't really be charge for stealing can he?
Thats not even close to the same thing... There is no paper trail that you received extra cash in a hand to hand exchange... Technically you are breaking the law if you spend the extra money you received... The problem with your scenario is there is nothing that is tying any extra money to you... This is why the employee gets fired because it would be impossible for the store to figure out who the extra money was given to at the end of the day when they count their money... so the employee whose register is short is punished...

Think about it... How would you report that extra 70k in your account at the end of the year... It would have to go under unreported income unless you can come up with a reason of where the money came from legally without it conflicting with the banks reports somehow...
 6 years ago '04        #66
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 TheMindOf said:
What's the difference between this and somebody accidentally leaving their wallet in your house or car, then you help yourself to spending all their money and maxing out their credit cards? Of course when they realize they lost their joint they gon come back looking for it.
If you honestly think the two are comparable then, I hate to throw insults on the internet but, you're a complete imbecile.

A wallet has an ID in them, credit cards have NAMES on them, not even nearly the same thing.

If you want to compare this to something else, this is like someone walking by you, putting money in your pocket then walking away. You're confused but happy so then you spend it, only for the cops to show up at your door and say you stole the money that someone put in YOUR pocket.

PS: For those saying they wouldn't spend them money for months, they're fu*king lying. You may not take it all out but you're going to spend some of that money.
 6 years ago '04        #67
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 Willie Lee Macc said:
He could have taken the 70K and put it in a 3 month CD giving about 3.5% interest. Would have made a lil over 1200 on what he would have had to return.

Anyway this is a bank error and the banks should have to pay for it. Banks are in the business of risk management anyway, this is just one type of risk they should have coverage for.

If you were on the street and someone put 5K in cash in your hands you wouldn't have to pay it back, why should banks be treated any differently? They're corporations which are constitutionally given the same rights as a person. Treat them like one and make them pay for their own stupid mistakes.
Not the same thing... Someone putting 5k in your hand on the street is considered a gift by law... Anytime someone gives you something with the purpose of you having it the law considers that a gift...

This scenario is more like someone dropping 5k and you picking it up and spending it... That's considered stealing by law... You picked up property that was not given to you by the owner and used the property as if it was ur property... Thats what the bank scenario was like because there was no intention from the bank to give you the money... It was an accident just like me dropping money accidentally and you picking it up... Technically you are supposed to give that money back... If the person who lost their cash can prove you were the one who picked it up and spent it then you can go to jail for stealing...
 6 years ago '07        #68
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 jimflu said:
I don't understand what Law he broke?
The unwritten law of stealing something linked to your name.
 6 years ago '05        #69
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Mannnnnn joe. Idk what I wuda did.
 6 years ago '05        #70
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 dre03 said:
Not the same thing... Someone putting 5k in your hand on the street is considered a gift by law... Anytime someone gives you something with the purpose of you having it the law considers that a gift...

This scenario is more like someone dropping 5k and you picking it up and spending it... That's considered stealing by law... You picked up property that was not given to you by the owner and used the property as if it was ur property... Thats what the bank scenario was like because there was no intention from the bank to give you the money... It was an accident just like me dropping money accidentally and you picking it up... Technically you are supposed to give that money back... If the person who lost their cash can prove you were the one who picked it up and spent it then you can go to jail for stealing...
 6 years ago '11        #71
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@ n*ggas actin like they wouldn't spend it.
 05-24-2012, 02:37 PM         #72
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he shoulda took out 20 racks for the lawyer first thing hahahaha
 6 years ago '10        #73
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 dre03 said:
Not the same thing... Someone putting 5k in your hand on the street is considered a gift by law... Anytime someone gives you something with the purpose of you having it the law considers that a gift...

This scenario is more like someone dropping 5k and you picking it up and spending it... That's considered stealing by law... You picked up property that was not given to you by the owner and used the property as if it was ur property... Thats what the bank scenario was like because there was no intention from the bank to give you the money... It was an accident just like me dropping money accidentally and you picking it up... Technically you are supposed to give that money back... If the person who lost their cash can prove you were the one who picked it up and spent it then you can go to jail for stealing...

Finally somebody makes some sense in here .. n*ggas acting like anything come free in this life.
 6 years ago '08        #74
itzjustlogic 52 heat pts52
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I wonder if the bank just set him up...
What if they drop an "accidental" $10,000 in every ones bank account during these troubling times, I wonder how many people will end up with a case?
 05-24-2012, 03:28 PM         #75
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 TheMindOf said:



Guy. You sound like a moron. I know for a fact (after working for a bank for 5+ years) that the only people who say sh*t like that, are people who suck at managing their own money and people who sympathize with people who cant manage their own money

People fu*ked sh*t up for themselves over this past few years. The type of dumb sh*t I see people do on a daily basis is incredible.

Everybody wanna live outside their means then when the sh*t blow up in their face, all of a sudden it's everyones fault but their own..

We just hold the money.

- We aint tell Old lady jones to blow her whole SSI check at the LQ store and casino then call us crying when she gets some Overdraft fees and can't afford milk

- We aint tell n*ggas to buy houses they KNOW they can't afford

- We aint tell you not to know how your account works when we send you stuff that you don't read every month.

- We aint tell Shaniqua to say "fu*k school", drop out and have 4 kids by 21.


90% People put themselves in the position to be poor. Then its "fu*k the bank. y'all are crooked". All we do is hold your money. You have to manage it.
ahhh shut up...
 6 years ago '10        #76
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 Michael_Moore said:
ahhh shut up...
Oh.. So I'm lying.
 6 years ago '04        #77
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 6 years ago '04        #78
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 jimflu said:
I don't understand what Law he broke?
basic property laws. Its the banks money.
 6 years ago '08        #79
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 TheMindOf said:
Oh.. So I'm lying.
Somewhat yea...talkin bout "we just hold your money" n*gga no u fu*kin don't u gonna tell me if I drop 2k in my account u gonna physically put it in a vault with my name on it? NO n*gga stop playing urself , talkin bout people buying houses they know they can't afford so why the fu*k u giving the loans f*ggot
 6 years ago '06        #80
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 TheMindOf said:
We aint tell n*ggas to buy houses they KNOW they can't afford




Banks may not have told people to buy houses they couldn't afford but they damn sure lent them the money to buy the homes KNOWING they couldn't afford them. Lets not bullsh*t ourselves. Banks made lots of money putting people into loans they couldn't afford, especially subprime mortgages. Then they bundled up all the bad debt into CDO's that they and their rating buddies fraudulently rated, many times as high as government securities , and sold them back to Americans. THEN they bet against those same securities. fu*k outta here.

 TheMindOf said:
- We aint tell Shaniqua to say "fu*k school", drop out and have 4 kids by 21.
This is not the banks business and has nothing to do with anything.


 TheMindOf said:
90% People put themselves in the position to be poor. Then its "fu*k the bank. y'all are crooked". All we do is hold your money. You have to manage it.
Banks do not just hold your money. They take your money and use it to create more money. It's called fractional banking.

Come on son. I know you worked for a bank and sh*t and you wanna defend em, but right now you sound like a brainwashed American soldier that doesn't believe the war on terror is bullsh*t.
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