If $1.2 million Accidentally Ends Up In Your Account Someone Is Going To Come Looking For It!

Kelin Spadoni, a 33-year-old resident of Louisiana, received an accidental $ 1.2 million deposit into her bank account . The brokerage company Charles Schwab immediatly recognized their error and tried to get its money back the next day. There was only one problem; Spadoni had already spent a quarter of the amount on a house and a car. The full story was reported by The Guardian.

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She actually thought that it would be wise to spend money that she knew didn’t belong to her?!?

The brokerage firm planned to transfer only $82 to the woman, but due to a malfunction in the program, it transferred more than a million. For about a month, Spadoni ignored calls, letters and messages from the company. Eventually she ended up in jail, lost her job as a police dispatcher and is now facing real time. Not the brightest bulb ‘eh.

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