“I was in the drive-thru at SunTrust depositing some checks and I went to put my money in the slot and I had to open my door and looked down and saw a big stack of cash — like big stack of cash,” the customer tells the Savannah Morning News.
It was exactly $1,000, an amount confirmed by the deposit slip still attached to the bills.
Rather than use the cash to fill up her car a few times or make a mortgage payment, the customer took it into the teller, who reveals to News that, “Believe it or not, this happens quite frequently.”
The bank contacted the customer who had intended to deposit the cash, and all was made right in the world.
This SunTrust customer has earned the status of “You’re Not a Horrible Person,” which we hereby bestow retroactively on the following subjects of previous Consumerist stories:
And let’s not forget the 100% jerk who snapped up the $2,200 dropped in the parking lot of an El Pollo Loco, and then watched while that man panicked to find his lost cash. Luckily, the store’s manager offered to help the customer by giving him the full $2,200.