whoops.. in trouble with the bank..

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  1. geofri

    geofri Poikilotherm™ Lifetime Member

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    coming home from a friends house late one night last week, I decided to stop to deposit all these dang 1's I had from work. I think it was about $50 worth, so it was a fat stack.
    well, my mother just told me she found a message on our phone from the bank, saying that I had broken the machine... :whistling:



    It sure seemed to go in fine.. and i'd done it before without breaking it..
     
  2. michael88

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    says something about the state of our economy doesnt it. you break the machine by actually putting money in it.
     

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    Unless you used a hammer to beat the bills in, I can't see why they would call you if their machine broke.

    :dunno:
     
  4. crimsonaudio

    crimsonaudio 15 or 30?

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    :rofl::rofl::rofl:
     
  5. geofri

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    ipfreely123 something witty CLM

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    I had no idea you were a stripper. :whistling:
     
  7. HiddenEyes

    HiddenEyes It can be done

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    You made the depost at an ATM machine?

    And it broke?

    What do they want you to do about it?

    If it is your bank you can use the ATM deposit envelope, deposit slip, and then put them in the night deposit box.


    Mr. HE:cool:
     
  8. geofri

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    yeah.. I guess she said something about "wadded up money..blah blah" I never wad my money so I don't know if once inside it got all rolled up or something:dunno:
     
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    way to blow my cover..
     
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    geofri Poikilotherm™ Lifetime Member

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    They told me not to do it again:rofl:
     
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    I know at my bank I can only deposit 10 bills (or checks) at a time. I've never tried doing more, not because of a fear of breaking the machine, but because they once misinterpreted what I wrote on the envelope (deposit amount) and charged me a $35 fee to "process" it. I don't want to risk another fee like that
     
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    Maybe you double stuffed the envelope.:wavey:
     
  13. Mike Oxbig

    Mike Oxbig Canadian eh!

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    In Canada we have $1 and $2 coins. They don't much appreciate you cramming those in the envelope by the dozens either.:whistling:
     
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    I thought about throwing some change in there too!
     
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    If they mentioned a bill limit they might have prevented this.. i always wondered how full i could fill it..
     
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    No limit eh? Then its their fault (unless of course the limit is in super fine print somewhere and no one knows it).

    Could just be that the ATM was full of deposits already and you stuck in the huge envelope and it overloaded the machine.
     
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    They should make it a law.

    Envelops may only have a 10 bill capacity or less!
     
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    Never, ever put my cash in a machine. I want a personally verified receipt from a human I can later come back on if something happens to my money.
     
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    :rofl::rofl:

    i broke they`re coin machine last oct with 9 coffee jars full of change.they had to reset it halfway through.
    was like $400