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People prank friends with fake automated bank balance messages


Hilarious prank shows people tricking family and friends into believing they have $12MILLION in their bank account with fake automated balance message

  • The viral prank sees the trickster pretending to call on speakerphone to check their bank balance
  • Video captures their friends and families’ reactions as the automated message tells them they have $12,616,290.56 in their checking account

People are fooling their unsuspecting family and friends into thinking they have a wads of cash, with a fake automated attendant relaying that the pranksters have more than $12million in their checking accounts.

Several brief clips, posted throughout various social media platforms, show the hilarious reactions that ensue when they hear that their loved one has $12,617,290.56 sitting in the bank. 

One woman rushed to kiss her beau after jumping in the car and being greeted by the welcoming news. 

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Several pranksters are having fake automated attendants tell them that they have $12,616,290.56 in their checking account

Several pranksters are having fake automated attendants tell them that they have $12,616,290.56 in their checking account

People were often asked where they got the money from

Clips shows a group in disbelief

Groups are left bewildered as they hear of the large sums of money their loved ones have

Several groups looked bewildered when they heard the news about the imaginary funds. 

In one clip, a man drinking water couldn’t even hold it down once he caught wind of how much money was supposedly in the account.

A pair of girls were unable to focus on the screen that had previously held their attention, running towards their prankster once hearing the large sum. 

In one clip, a man spat out his water as he heard how much money was there

In one clip, a man spat out his water as he heard how much money was there

Several people found that they could no longer finish their activities upon hearing the news

Several people found that they could no longer finish their activities upon hearing the news

In fact, once people heard of how much money they thought was in the account, they could hardly focus on whatever task they were doing.  

Parents who heard of the large amounts often would question where their young ones got the money from. 

It is unknown how all these people felt once they learned that the money didn’t actually exist.  

It is also unknown who started the viral trend. 

One person even shared that their coworkers were shocked by the news

One person even shared that their coworkers were shocked by the news



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