Nothing can be as noble as paying the national debt.
Why can’t you if you have $92,233,720,368,547,800 in your PayPal account?
Unfortunately for Mr. Chris Reynolds of Pennsylvania, that noble mission remains as a dream because PayPal just made a mistake in crediting the man such a huge amount, which by far could have made him as the richest man ever. This incident was covered by CNN.
Chris is an Internet Marketer like me. He’s selling car parts on eBay. According to him, his biggest earning on eBay was a little over $1,000.00 after selling a set of vintage BMW tire.
He checked his PayPal account in June and to his surprise, $92 quadrillion floored him.
But being as noble as paying the national debt, honesty and integrity ruled him so he reported this obvious technical glitch to PayPal.
Indeed, good deeds are never left unnoticed. PayPal kindly offered an unspecified amount of money to a cause of Chris’ choice.
Whoa! Chris’ heart must have been broken after seeing such huge amount go away and be replaced by $0.00. But one thing is for sure. His integrity and self-respect have gone up to a thousand notches.
Thumbs up for honest Internet Marketers like Chris Reynold.
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