WATCH: Man Waiting For $1700 Stimulus Check Gets HUGE Surprise After Checking His Bank Account

Most of America was chomping at the bit while waiting for their stimulus checks to enter their bank accounts this week.

All it took was a brief look at the Facebook feed to see that people were just constantly checking their bank accounts to see if there was a pending transaction or if perhaps it was in there early. I know that with some banks, they'll give you access to the funds a little earlier.

Sure there are some people who are just wanting to go and buy themselves something nice, which is not bad because that money just gets put back into the economy. But for others, this is critical money that is needed to live off of. This is grocery money or bill money.

One Indiana man went to an ATM to check his bank account balance to see if there was a stimulus check deposited in it yet, and what he found shocked him. His bank account balance showed $8.2 million in his account.

A man said millions of dollars were deposited into his bank account instead of the anticipated $1,700 federal stimulus check on Friday in New Chicago, Indiana.

“I went to the ATM at the Family Express and once I withdrew $200 out of my account I looked at the available balance still left in my account,” explained volunteer firefighter Charles Calvin, according to WGN9.

To his surprise, Calvin’s account had $8.2 million in it when he was only supposed to receive $1,700 from the government.

To make sure, the firefighter ran his card again. but the amount was still the same.

Monday, he called his bank. Employees said they did not see the $8.2 million anymore, but noted that his stimulus check had been deposited in the correct amount.

Saturday, the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) announced that the first round of coronavirus relief package payments were distributed to Americans, which led Calvin to believe the previous day’s deposit was a mistake.

“IRS deposited the first Economic Impact Payments into taxpayers’ bank accounts today,” the agency tweeted, adding, “We know many people are anxious to get their payments; we’ll continue issuing them as fast as we can.”

You've got to feel bad for the guy. For a moment, he thought he was a millionaire, and in a sense, perhaps he was. God knows he could have used that money though.

“It kind of sucks. You go from being a millionaire one second then back to being broke again. But hey, once you’re poor you don’t have anywhere else to go but up,” lamented Calvin.


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