"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

Young Australian Luke Brett Moore just lost his job, when he discovered that the Bank mistakenly revealed to him unlimited credit. A gift of fate it was difficult not to accept. According to Luke, he just started playing and couldn't stop. Until there was a knock at the door And... the story of Luke Moore.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

I guess it's hard to believe, but I never planned this way to take money from Bank St. George and did not return. I was wondering when I get a call from Bank and ask to return that amount.

So, in 2010 I was an ordinary Bank account from which I pay the mortgage, medical insurance and bills. I got in a fairly serious car accident, and payment of accounts moved to other Bank. I don't remember all the circumstances of how it happened.

The first days after my discharge, I was worried that I have no money for the next payment for a mortgage. What do I do? But then he took a payment through a Bank account in St. George and I thought, "Oh, well".

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

Two weeks later the same thing happened. This continued throughout the year, and from the Bank there was no news, although the account status showed "overrun".

Then I called my credit card company and asked to carry out direct debit from the account 5 thousand dollars. A couple of days — 50 thousand dollars. And both times the request has been approved.

I was in shock. I realized that I have access to unlimited amounts of credit money. Later I bought the first car, Alfa Romeo 156, fully completed. Then I purchased a Hyundai Veloster to go to Sydney and buy a Maserati.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

It was a crazy time. I was young and stupid 22-year-old boy, who had just recovered after the accident and was out of work for the first time since 14 years. I broke up with the girl you met in school, and was looking for something new elsewhere.

I moved to the gold coast near Brisbane. In one weekend I flew to "Ecig Paradise" (Surfer's Paradise), I liked it there, and I decided to stay.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

There was cool, I was having a good time. In fact, I did what would make any guy my age with so much money — just have fun and enjoy myself. I went to strip clubs and spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on girls, cocaine and the like.

I even purchased a fishing boat, which is very loved. As well as a 10-foot bill from Banksy — it was the most precious thing along with an autograph of Amy Winehouse. Every time I made a request to Bank St. George, I did not expect to get the money. However, each time I received them.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

I think the first time my mom thought I was a drug dealer, but then it became clear that I was not involved in drugs. Although people around me quickly realized that it is better not to ask where the money comes from. I opened the shop in the "long cast Paradise", while local media reported that my bedroom is reminiscent of Aladdin's cave, bursting with treasures, although most of this stuff I sold in my shop.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

One day in 2012 I was sitting in the bedroom at his mother's house in Goulburn when he heard a knock on the window. Before I get to the front door as the police were already inside. They practically pinned mom against the wall and poked a camera in my face. The police were armed to the teeth, like he was expecting that I was some kind of gangster. I was arrested. The following night I spent in the cell until I was released on bail. After a few years I was convicted of misappropriation of funds by fraud and sentenced to 4.5 years of imprisonment.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

I didn't expect that I will sit, think, will justify me. But I had to refer to a free lawyer, and the system in Australia is poorly funded. In addition, they were not interested in my business, and as a result, the court was protecting me barely. In prison was just awful. You are away from family, locked in a cell. I was imprisoned for six months, and this was the most horrible period of my life. From day one, as soon as I got there, I was trying to find a way out. I have read so many law books as I could find. He built his defense and by the time the case again came to court, just handed their work to the lawyer appointed to defend me. And a few weeks ago I was released.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

Under Australian laws, I was not obliged to inform the Bank what was going on. Yes, the judge said that I acted dishonestly, but in our society not imprisoned for immoral behavior. Judging by the comments in social networks, many young and narrow-minded people would do the same as I do. However, if I had the opportunity, I would not repeat it. It has ruined my life and family and does not cost a couple of months with strippers and cocaine.

"The Bank accidentally gave me credit for 2 million and I spent it on strippers and cars"

Only recently I was able to regroup and use this experience as something useful — I'm studying at the University to an attorney-criminalist. In prison I saw that many people out there need help, not imprisonment.

Keywords: Bank | Credit | Error

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