LARGO, Fla. (WFLA) – Julia Yonkowski went to her native Chase Financial institution in Largo Saturday to withdraw some cash, however she needed to test her stability first.
In keeping with the financial institution receipt she acquired, Yonkowski had $999,985,855.94 in her account.
As you may think about, being shocked was an understatement.
“Oh my god, I used to be horrified. I do know most individuals would suppose they received the lottery however I used to be horrified,” she stated.
She initially went to the ATM simply to seize $20.
“Once I put in for the $20, the machine got here again and stated we’ll provide the $20 however that’ll trigger an overdraft and you’ll be charged and I stated oh simply neglect it,” she stated.
She hasn’t touched her account since Saturday evening.
“I do know I’ve learn tales about people who took the cash or took out cash, after which they needed to repay it and I wouldn’t do this anyway as a result of it’s not my cash,” she stated.
Yonkowski additionally instructed 8 On Your Facet’s Olivia Steen she worries that her personal cash could possibly be compromised.
“It type of scares me as a result of you already know with cyber threats. You already know I don’t know what to suppose,” she stated.
Since turning into a short lived billionaire, she’s tried a number of instances to succeed in out to Chase Financial institution.
“I simply can’t get by means of. I get tied up with their automated system and I can’t get an individual,” she stated.
8 On Your Facet additionally reached out to Chase Financial institution, however nobody was accessible to talk on Sunday.
Yonkowski stated she’s heading to the financial institution very first thing Monday morning in hopes of clearing every little thing up.