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By Doha Madani
Some people in Houston may have some extra money for the holiday after a banker has wrongly sold $ 1
00 instead of $ 10 on Sunday night.
A man went to the Bank of America ATM in the evening to withdraw money, but instead of getting $ 20, the machine spread a $ 100 bill, the authorities said to the NBC affiliate KPRC.
After the man wrote about it on social media, a crowd rushed to the bank machine, KPRC reported and added that several arguments and even some fights followed people in line at ATM.
The bank machine left the big bills for about two hours, deputy KPRC said. Officers were called to secure ATM at 11:00 AM local time, Harris County Sheriff Department said.
Bank of America said Monday that the error was caused by a supplier and that those who received extra money from the accident could keep it.
“This was an event at a single ATM in Houston caused when a vendor was incorrectly charged $ 100 bills instead of $ 10 bills,” said Bank of America in a statement. “We have solved the case. Customers will be able to keep the extra money dispensed. “
Bank of America did not give an estimate of how many people were wrong at $ 100 or how much money was lost.  Doha Madani