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DailyDirt: Bank Error In Your Favor....

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You might think that with all the supercomputer capabilities available that banks wouldn't make somewhat simple errors with huge dollar amounts. You would be wrong. Human errors can be greatly magnified by automated systems, and these errors seem to happen almost regularly. What would you do if you found more than a few extra bucks in your bank account? Here are just a few recent examples of some pretty big monetary mistakes. If you'd like to read more awesome and interesting stuff, check out this unrelated (but not entirely random!) Techdirt post via StumbleUpon.

Filed Under: accidents, atm, banks, error, mistakes, money, quadrillionaire
Companies: bank of america, paypal


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    PopeRatzo (profile), 29 Jul 2013 @ 8:08pm

    Re: Re: I'd bet it all on red or black..

    You would play roulette? You wouldn't even try a game where you could bump up your odds?

    I'm not a roulette player, only know the game generally. Is a red/black bet really a 50/50 proposition? Are there any outcomes where neither red nor black win?

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