Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Autumn, Sep 26, 2012.
Quite inspirational... Big pimpin!
You seen this on a page or is this from someone you know?
I totally disagree with the statement of this guy, I don't care how rich he is, family relationships comes first .
Smells of photoshop.
Look at the bottom red text - the date is 2007/07.
Yeah but you need stability to sustain them/make them happy.
Nah, I think the date is something related with the printed paper, a kind of patent date or something.
No bro, seems true for me, the line with the date 2007/07 is refering to a law or something like that 7890 Bil 2007-07 , it's is the Bank trademark reference law or something like that.
not to take away from this picture but who would keep that much in an account? why wouldnt this person invest into different cash assets? just saying
The bottom isn't a date it is specifically for the bank, and CIBC is Canadian. But there is also a caribbean international bank as well, which is a subsidy of CIBC both of them have the same numbers along the bottom of the transfer record (though different obviously) and neither have anything to do with a date.
It just popped up in my feed. I did a little Googling and according to a thread on reddit, it may or may not belong to this guy: http://www.facebook.com/BankStatementGuy
This link has a little context, assuming that it is in fact that guy: http://cultso.com/13-million-dollar-bank-statement-with-cryptic-message/
There is more than one way to skin a cat ... sounds like this guy literally skinned his cat. Relationships are the key to life. Money 2nd IMO.
I believe there are ABM limits on how much you can deposit, checks or cash. I can't deposit a check over 3k without getting a manager to sign it via the teller personnel, so this is most likely fake. And a single check for $345k? Really?
I don't think anyone with a shitload of money is going to show how much in their bank account.
Once you make a lot you have nothing to prove to anyone.
thats balling right there
Yeah it sounds heartless when you read it out of context, but if you read the other link I posted, he's specifically talking to a woman who was saying that she needed motivation and that her boyfriend made her feel tired. Definitely agree that without positive relationships with other people you ain't got nothing in life, but there's also nothing that will fuck your life up as much as a toxic relationship...
I don't know what it's like in Canada (where this guy is from) but the banks here just give you a shitty printed receipt like that when you make a deposit. And $345K isn't that unbelievable for a real business... I'm sure you've all seen Shoemoney posing with his $100K+ Adsense cheques, and that's just one guy.
I choose to believe the photo is real, in the hope that my bank account will look like that one day.
I have a joint CIBC account with my wife and I make large deposits all the time, they put a hold on it of course. I'm pretty sure one could deposit a $345k cheque at a CIBC ABM without issue.
I'm from Canada. Most banks, CIBC included impose a maximum deposit amount where it will just be rejected instantly, you must see a teller. It would also be safe to assume that this person, if an internet marketer (assumption), got paid in USD, and our Banks simply don't allow US checks deposited via ABM. The bank won't link the US account to your bank card. It's a bitch. I have to see the teller every time, and I have USD accounts, and I've asked for US access to my card. Not happening. But if it's a CAD transaction, and they have a respectful relationship with their bank, then I suppose it's remotely possible that an ABM machine would actually accept a 345k single item deposit. But I still consider that extremely unlikely.
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