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Discussion in 'General' started by SC kid, May 14, 2019.
Shorty woulda' got caught by the feds trying to cash it anyway. Nothing to be gained but jail time.
Just stating facts. You tried to detract from a factual statement I made......Reading is fundamental.
*****s deadass dont know the law, dont know what crimes they committing
IF it was $425 then ok.
But 400k. Nah.
How would he cash it out? They won’t give you that much cash.
Dudes in here think dude should’ve brought the check to a bank, and they would’ve gave him a suitcase with all the money in it.
You can’t even travel with more than 10k on a airplane.
You would have to have people you trust to bring 10k on multiple trips and pay them if you leaving the country.
I would’ve threw it away to cause inconvenience for not tipping.
Literally the most regulated industry in the country........Banks have thought of everything......Trust.
Your local chase dont got 3% of 15 mil let alone 110 mil
And they're not gonna give out a chunk of it without doing a quick credit check and flag your *** with the IRS.
I mean seriously what you gonna do when its time to pay taxes? Say the check was a gift?
I wonder how far someone would have gotten if they went out and cashed it. There's a papertrail, and I imagine it wouldn't be too hard to track down right? even for cashier's checks.
They know HIS history.
Son gonna be sweating more than Wesley snipes come 2020 tax filing season
The economy in Its A Wonderful Life must've confused the he'll out of him
I'll make one out to you for 450k.
When Chase call me imma be like "Nah I dont know any nawghtyhare sir."
Cool lemme know when we can get this poppin
I wouldn’t have gotten straight cash
I woulda deposited straight up
Into either my checking or savings account
No, you literally cannot bring a personal check to the settlement table for a property. Just because you had the money in your bank in last month's bank statement that you gave the lender doesn't mean you have it on the day of settlement.
I’m not disagreeing with this statement AT ALL. In fact I lived through it buying my house (worst experience of my life in terms of feeling completely unprepared lol). Just saying is all
No **** they gonna wait for it to clear
But u can use a personal check
Your scenario is so far fetched that although I believe it could have happened, it's like the odds of being able to show up with a suitcase full of cash at closing and buy a house.
Like who wants to write a personal check for the full value of a property and then wait 2 weeks for it to clear to take ownership when you can just get a cashier's check and take ownership that day.
You leaving the crazy paper trail .
You ain't no! he a criminal mastermind.
@nawghtyhare its time to admit you made it all up and you’re wrong
I think he starts off "serious" and as he gets deep into the debate he gets deeper into "character."
I think he is 85/15 serious/joking
It's the perfect crime....to get caught
what chase is your chase?
we'll call em
This ***** was fabricating all along.
I’m all for a back and forth of all sorts but treating nearly half a mil UN TAXED like it’s a couple dollar deal and buying a house as if it’s some mom and pop exchange is beyond ridiculous