A Bank ATM Now Begins to Give Away People’s Money

A bank ATM now begins to give away people’s money after an error gave a user $37,000 for what was supposed to be a $140 withdrawal.

A TD Bank error has resulted in a homeless man receiving over $37,000 in cash at an ATM machine – but he did not have it for long, reports The-Sun.

The man had been sleeping alongside the ATM at a TD Bank in Maine when he was moved along by police officers, sources report.

“How can you withdraw that much money from an ATM? I can only withdraw $200 at a time,” one member of the public told CBS News affiliate WGME-TV.

“This is a first,” police lieutenant Todd Bernard admitted to the news outlet.

He explained that the homeless man who has not been identified used a bank card to withdraw $140 from his account.

However, he then kept using the card and more and more cash came out of the malfunctioning ATM.

“He was using his bank card to request more money,” Bernard said.

Officers returned the money to the bank but TD chose not to press charges against the man.

“I think that’s really nice of them and I think it’s the right thing to do,” resident Sarah Howard told the news outlet.

“Obviously, he was kind of tricking the system a little bit but it was partially their fault for not having the right security on it.”

“If the bank was giving it he wasn’t stealing it, he was just playing the slot machine so to speak,” fellow resident Marcia Giancola said.

The machine was out of service for the rest of the day.

“Due to a code error, this TD Bank ATM dispensed an incorrect amount of cash to a customer,” a spokesperson for the bank said.

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A customer now claims Bank of America was stealing their money after losing hundreds of dollars that were in her account.

In a TikTok video from March last year, Deliah (@Dsdreamland) claimed Bank of America is stealing money from people.

She told her fans how she had $1,800 in her account before a trip to California.

Deliah said that a hotel put a $500 hold on her account, but claimed the money was never returned.

She claimed that a Bank of America representative tried to tell her the funds had been re-added.

But, Deliah alleged there was no proof that the money was reimbursed.

“They’re trying to talk to me like I’m s****d,” she claimed.

Deliah revealed that checking her bank account is part of her morning routine.

She said she still looks at it – even if she knows how much money she has in it.

She said she only adds money into it when she knows she’s going to need it for bills or going out of town.

Deliah said she put in $1800 ahead of her trip to the Golden State.

She claimed the money didn’t return to her account on the day she checked out of the hotel.

And, she slammed the alleged attitude of the Bank of America representative when she queried the issue.

She said that she had been a Bank of America customer for years.

Viewers rushed to comment under the video and others claimed they were not reimbursed for missing money.

Some resorted to canceling their accounts after reportedly losing the money.

Hotels place holds on accounts to ensure guests have enough money to cover fees.

The money may not be released to guests straight away after leaving the hotel.

Since Deliah’s video from March, there has not been an update on the situation, reports The-Sun.

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