Those Are Some Expensive Cigarettes
MANCHESTER, N.H. –
A New Hampshire man says he swiped his debit card at a gas station to buy a pack of cigarettes and was charged over 23 quadrillion dollars.
Josh Muszynski checked his account online a few hours later and saw the 17-digit number , a stunning $23,148,855,308,184,500 (twenty-three quadrillion, one hundred forty-eight trillion, eight hundred fifty-five billion, three hundred eight million, one hundred eighty-four thousand, five hundred dollars).
Muszynski says he spent two hours on the phone with Bank of America trying to sort out the string of numbers and the $15 overdraft fee.
But wait, there’s more!
DALLAS — A north Texas man ended up with a charge on his Visa bill that’s more than 2000 times the U.S. National debt.
“I have never seen a number that big before, let alone with a dollar sign beside it,” says card holder Jon Seale.
“it’s 23 quadrillion, 148 trillion, 855 billion, 308 million, 184 thousand and 5 hundred dollars.”
Not done yet…
Visa recorded a $23,148,855,308,184,500.00 purchase on Consumerist reader Dale’s kid’s prepaid Visa Buxx card: “My lectures about financial responsibility appear to have failed: yesterday she charged $23,148,855,308,184,500.00 at the drug store.
Money ain’t shit to me.
For Sure NOT 23 Quadrillion Dollar Bills