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Recently paid off our mortgage and received a check in the mail today from Chase Home Finance. I was surprised since I paid the amount they said I owed.

They sent me a check for a whopping 19 cents. :rotfl2:

Big question now is what do I spend it on.

:woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
 

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Congrats on paying it off
 

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Congrats!! If you shop around, maybe you could find 1 9mm round for that price. Or maybe a couple of .22 rounds. But either way, enjoy your windfall check.
 

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Bank will probably charge you a dollar to process something that small.

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Now that you're rolling in the clover, can I borrow some money? I don't want it all, just a nickel.

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Now that you're rolling in the clover, can I borrow some money? I don't want it all, just a nickel.

Az
I can "Give" you up to .19 if you actually need that much.
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They sent me a check for a whopping 19 cents. :rotfl2:

Big question now is what do I spend it on.

:woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo::woohoo:
Be smart like Hillary Clinton and invest it in cattle futures. Maybe you'll make a $100,000 profit too.
 

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What I find funny is the gaff that it probable cost Chase $20 to process, print, and mail you that 19 cent check.
 

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don't get too excited...i'm sure the government wants a nickel of that in taxes.
 
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