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While many Americans are waiting for their COVID-19 stimulus payments, an Indiana man received a little more than he was expecting.

Charles Calvin–who is a volunteer fire fighter from New Chicago, Indiana–told a nearby news station that he withdrew $200 from his checking account at an ATM. When he looked at his receipt, his remaining balance was  $8.2 Million!

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In disbelief, he ran his card again and it had the same remaining balance. A few days later, Calvin called his bank and they said they didn’t see the millions in his account anymore. They did however see that his $1,700 stimulus payment that he was waiting for, was deposited.

He told the reporter, “It kind of sucks, you go from being a millionaire one second then back to being broke again. But hey, once you’re poor you don’t have anywhere else to go but up.”

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There is no word on whether the error came from the bank, the ATM, or the government.

Source: Daily Mail 

SEE ALSO:

Reports Show U.S. Citizens May Lose 14 Million Jobs By Summer

Sybil Wilkes With What You Need to Know About The Coronavirus Stimulus Package [EXCLUSIVE] 

 

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Indiana Man Waiting For Stimulus Payment Finds $8.2M In His Bank Account  was originally published on wtlcfm.com

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