Unruly Teen Charges $23 Quadrillion At Drugstore

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‘Kids these days! [A reader] writes, “My lectures about financial responsibility appear to have failed: yesterday [my teenaged daughter] charged $23,148,855,308,184,500.00 at the drug store.” You would think Visa would have caught the error and addressed it, if you were high. What Visa actually did was slap a $20 “negative balance” fee on it, of course.’

And this, from the comments to the post:

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“Maybe the bank mistakenly converted the charge into Zimbabwe dollars?”

(Consumerist)