For George and Pat Beane, the cost of four Burger King sandwiches was more than the contribution to the downfall of man and the raping of the working class Mogran Spurlock indoctrinated them about. After ordering two whopper Jr’s and a two Rodeo cheeseburgers through drive through, they got charged for over four thousand three hundred dollars.
The electronic charge passed to their checking account and wiped them out. Mortgage payments and bills were due, checks had been passed. The couple was broke and the funds frozen, the bank having put the funds on a three-day hold.
“The hold is designed to prevent customers from spending money that no longer is available in their accounts and to let the bank confirm a transaction is legitimate before transferring funds,” said Bank of America supervisor Joel Solorio.
When completing the transaction, the Burger King cashier forgot she already entered the $4.33 on the debit card and punched the numbers in again without erasing the first ones, making a charge of 433433.
“For those three days, those were the most expensive value burgers in history,” Pat Beane said.
Three days is too long. Bank of America, you suck coagulated cheese curds.