PayPal email tells man he's a quadrillionaire

UPI - A Pennsylvania man said he was shocked when his monthly balance statement from PayPal told him he had more than $92 quadrillion.

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-Mezzo-2779d ago

Damn, i would have immediately ordered a MacBook & Google Glass. lol

Mounce2778d ago (Edited 2778d ago )

I would pay for the freedom of North America

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lastofgen2778d ago

I would have bought an island.

zeal0us2778d ago

I would've transferred it to my bank account at least then Paypal wouldn't be able to touch the money.

evil_element2779d ago

He could have bought all the worlds markets.

Speed-Racer2779d ago (Edited 2779d ago )

Bought it with non-existent money? Oh wait...that's what a hedge fund is.

pompombrum2779d ago

Spending money you don't have? Why break a habit of a lifetime!

thorstein2779d ago

aiBreeze: that is what governments do all the time....

Trunkz Jr2779d ago

Little did he know someone now has his credit card information for opening that e-mail.

SnakeCQC2779d ago

why can't stuff like that happen to me :(

-Mezzo-2779d ago

I know right.

I'm aware it'll be taken back from me, but for once I'd like to feel the thrill.

SnakeCQC2779d ago

lol im sure i would find a way to siphon some off for my personal funds while using the rest to discredit everyother politician and starting my own political career for pm

Speed-Racer2779d ago

Sadly if you are not some sort of criminal, I mean government official, you'd have to pay back every cent of it.

RedHawkX2779d ago (Edited 2779d ago )

couldnt he take out millions of dollars and then move to a country where they cant do anything to him for taking it?

either way i hate how if they give you to much money you can go to jail but if they take all your money and give you negative 5 million in your account its somehow your fault and you got to have no cash for weeks and stuff untill they fix it.

SilentNegotiator2778d ago

Hey, if Kim Dotcom can get away with all of the things that he has done over the years, why not?

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