US PR exec accidentally credited $92 quadrillion by PayPal
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MANILA, Philippines – A man in the United States was accidentally credited $92 quadrillion in his online PayPal account, a CNN news report said Thursday.
When he checked his account online, the balance was brought back to $0, the correct amount.
PayPal had already apologized to Reynolds for the error.
The $92 quadrillion would have made Reynolds richer than Forbes number 1 richest man on Earth Mexican telecom mogul Carlos Slim, whose wealth stands at $73 billion, and Microsoft founder Bill Gates, who is number two on the list with $67 billion. Matikas Santos
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