Man buys his own ATM, shows it, says he will earn passive income throughout the year
– A man surprised Internet users on his recent achievement in order to earn money
– The man celebrated the acquisition of a personal ATM and took poses with it
– Many people questioned the legality of his action
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A man has social media users talking about his recent money transfer. The man @flexeatss announced on Twitter that he had purchased a personal automated teller machine (ABM).
Striking poses with the new machine, the self-taught chef enthusiastically said he looks forward to a year of passive income for himself.
His tweet reads as follows:
“I bought and installed my first ATM today .. Passive income all 2021.”
It is not common to find individuals with ATMs and this has raised eyebrows with many questioning whether his action has legal backing.
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Others commented that hers was another form of wallet and was by no means special.
“Wait, this is legal omg. I thought he was going to steal money from people’s cards that way. I’ve never seen an ATM that isn’t owned by a bank.”
“Can anyone explain why this is worth it, as I imagine it wouldn’t earn more than $ 20 per day in transaction fees, but idk maybe I never use an ATM. “
âDepending on the location, he can collect fees on weekends, in the morning at rush hour, in travel bases: airports, train stations.
“It would be a good idea to place them in places that only accept cash.”
“At the risk of sounding stupid (but I’m sincere, I swear) after you buy the machine, do you put your own money in there to boot?” Take a loan? What.
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Meanwhile, In brief News previously reported that a Nigerian boy got creative in building a piggy bank that works like an ATM.
In a video shared by TV channels, the young boy could be seen handling the piggy banks he made for children.
The boy named Afolayan, who said he wanted to become an engineer, noted that his family and friends gave him moral and financial support.
The young boy used cardboard boxes and a switch to build the piggy bank. Nigerians were impressed with the invention.
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