This was too fun to pass by...

Ok, this isn't my Chase receipt, but I did live in New York city on first avenue & have visited this bank.  I remember on a few occasions when someone would leave their Atm receipt I'd look at the balance. Is that weird? I was just curious....I wanted to know how well off or broke I was in comparison to the person ahead of me in line. 

However, this receipt came from one of my favorite blogs Carolyn . Anna and I have to say, from all my curious days peeking at receipts I never came across this amount! I think the highest was $95,000.  I don't think this guy is worrying much about the economy, or is he?  Ha! Happy Holidays.

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39 comments

  1. Wow, amazing....I love how colorful and cheery your blog is, Jen! Have a very Merry Christmas!

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  2. Ok I am jealous,seriously jealous.

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  3. Where did you find my Chase receipt??

    :)

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  4. I have done this, only i feel really sneaky, and am sure i look sneaky sneaking it into my purse and taking a peek further down the road, only to be dissapointed not to find anything as interesting.

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  5. Teehee, he/she probably had a lot more in the bank before the economic craziness! I've never looked at other peoples receipts before, but I have played "Who makes the most amount of money in this room?" It's fun to guess peoples jobs and salaries, especially at work functions :D Mr. Unreliable and I also have competitions as to who can find the most expensive item in a store...I always win because it's usually the piece I love the most :D

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  6. Damn!!! I'm SOOOOOOOOO jealous right now, looking at that receipt!! Hmph!

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  7. Girl, I'm literally just staring at this receipt and shaking my head! This is so unfair! lol!

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  8. man, it would be nice to have that amount in the bank!!! take off several of the zeros and that's pretty much my reality!

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  9. I think my skin just turned a lovely shade of green with envy! How nice that would be to have that much in the bank!

    Oh, and yes, I've peeked at people's bank receipts too. Just curious! :P

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  10. I've looked at a receipt before for the same reason!

    This is too funny. Although I have to wonder why this person has that much sitting around in a single checking account since it's not FDIC insured above like $250k.

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  11. wow. wouldn't that be nice!!!!

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  12. I guess they won't be in need of a bail out... p.s. they should seriously move there funds bc if Chase goes under it won't all be covered by the FDIC lol

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  13. Um... May I have his number??? LOL

    Seriously, it must feel good to take out money from that account..

    Amazing!

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  14. if only this receipt belonged to me! i do the same thing, im soo nosy!

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  15. Wow. (that is all I can say for now.)

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  16. Hi Jen!

    I wanted to thank you a lot for your wonderful comment on my blog!
    Coming from you, i feel really honoured...
    Your blog is amazing and i love your work!

    I added you on facebook and of course i'd love to exchange links.
    I'll add you right away!

    Have a lovely day,

    Mila.

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  17. Certainly, neither the crisis passes by the head of that person.

    Bay, bay...

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  18. hehe That's right, he or she should span it out over a few banks... FDIC... eeek

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  19. wow! in a current account too!

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  20. Oh my...I have the sudden urge to freeze all spending and seriously start building up my savings!

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  21. What an odd amount to withdraw.

    I am confused.

    And amazed.

    I hope he/she is sharing.

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  22. Dated 2/12, hmmm, making an expensive Valentine's Day purchase? :) That is still an insane amount. I must find this person!

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  23. wishing that was mine right about now, hopefully the person has as much jpy as they do cash.

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  24. Oh wow, why can't that be my bank account?? I have to admit I've done the same in the past. And when people leave their receipts at the grocery store self-check out, I might take a peek. Oh gosh, I am far too nosy!

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  25. how sweet it would be..

    i never look at the receipts i am too busy thinking why are people so lazy leaving their trash behind..

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  26. Oh, wow...wish that were my receipt! :)

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  27. WOW... I want that balance! i am curious... the banks only secure 100,000... so why would you have sooooooooo much in one bank....hmmmm... that must mean there is a lot more some where else... hmmmmmmmm

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  28. I have a feeling he did spread his money out in several accounts and this is a portion of that spread...haha!

    COCO & KELLY:
    That's too funny....hmmm he just may be single...ha!

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  29. Hi Annechovie,
    Thanks for the compliment on my blog and HAPPY HOLIDAYS TO YOU TOO! : )

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  30. I mean...this just annoys me. And, yes, I'm bitter that it's not mine;)

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  31. One of your more unusual, interesting posts. This guy must have had a large settlement or real estate transaction transpire and just had to see it on a recpt...of course he left it behind for the shock value...it's quite shocking..wow.

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  32. Did you run after him?

    Just kidding :)

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  33. Good lord! I'd so want to frame that and pretend it was mine. LOL!

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  34. I always look at discarded ATM receipts too!!! And I secretly feel better when I find one whose balance is lower than mine. Shh! ;)

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  35. I think I need to print this and frame it... Or perhaps make cards for Christmas next year...

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