You’re not going to believe what you’re about to read, but this could happen to you. It didn’t happen to me and I really don’t know for sure that it ever happened, but you’ll get a kick out of reading it. $75,000 for a home improvement, come on you got to be kidding me. What was it made out a silver and gold?
A home improvement contractor over billed one of his clients, by mistake. It’s a simple mistake and it’s happened to me before. One time I sent one of my credit card payments, to the credit card company for $8,625 and they made a mistake and only entered in $86.25. Everyone makes mistakes every once in a while and when they fix them as soon as possible without creating a lot of problems, it’s even better.
This wasn’t exactly what happened with the $75,000 home improvement bill. The contractor made a mistake entering an extra zero into his credit card billing machine. Instead of entering $7,500, he put another zero into it. I can’t even imagine the look on the homeowners face, when they received their credit card bill which had a $100,000 limit on it and seen a charge for $75,000.
Could you imagine the look on the contractor’s face, when he seen his banking statement with a $75,000 deposit in it. The contractor didn’t leave town or was never heard from again. He’s the one who contacted his client and told them what happened.