What is the largest amount of money you've ever deposited into the bank at once?

Saw a video on social media of this guy literally bringing in stacks upon stacks of hundreds to deposit into the bank, wondering what's the biggest single deposit you've ever made?

Comments (20)

Mar 11, 2019

$237

Mar 11, 2019

Teen five figures, hundred bills. I spread it across different branches, as I didn't know how clerks would react. This was for a portion of MBA tuition that had to be wired.

Funniest
Mar 11, 2019

Like $30K for a same-day car refinance to make a mortgage work in my wife's name. I was basically holding the bank's money for them. That was very recent. Like a year ago, we were getting a mortgage for my mom and she co-signed on my dumbass soccer hooligan cousin's Kia Forte with him, which I told her not to do, and we told his dad to pay that shit off before she got the mortgage. So he's leaving for Ukraine for a couple weeks and my uncle says he'll bring the money back with him. He brings back like $9,995 in cash, doesn't declare it, and goes and pays his car off in cash. So we had to write that amount out of her assets entirely. These fucking third-world idiots don't understand that we have systems in place here to try to prevent them from doing literally everything they do financially. They were befuddled. Like what the fuck, our money's no good? What's wrong about bringing $10K undeclared over on a plane from a post-Soviet shithole?
I'm like, can you just show me a withdrawl statement at least?
"I take from safe before voyage"
/facepalm

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

    • 4
Mar 11, 2019

$800k or so from an exit. I always get cheques for exits because it makes me feel cool cashing them. Then after I go to subway and enjoy a meatball marinera sub, usually a foot long and take a big nap from all the calories and carbs. Mmmmmm....

Mar 11, 2019
m_1:

$800k or so from an exit. I always get cheques for exits because it makes me feel cool cashing them. Then after I go to subway and enjoy a meatball marinera sub, usually a foot long and take a big nap from all the calories and carbs. Mmmmmm....

Subway??? Do better bro.

Learn More

Side-by-side comparison of top modeling training courses + exclusive discount through WSO here.

Mar 11, 2019

I love Subway so much. Used to eat it almost every day back when working sweatshop style. Could still eat it every day. Eat super clean atm but refeed day is almost always a meatball sub.

Mar 11, 2019

A meatball sub from Subway after cashing an $800k check (or cheque LOL) sounds right dude

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

Mar 11, 2019

How often do you normally have an "exit"?

Mar 11, 2019

Way too infrequently to make any sort of assertion about how often they'll happen. Most of my regular income is derived from dividends/debt repayments from companies we invested in as growth equity but the bulk/juicy bits are when we sell equity of course. Just have no idea when it will happen. If some idiot VC comes along and offers to pay me a revenue multiple because they don't use EBITDADDY multiples (lulz) then I'll take it and run regardless of how well I think the company will do.

Mar 11, 2019

@m_1 But for real though, do you twirl your mustache around your index finger with one hand as you write the word "cheques"?

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

    • 3
Mar 11, 2019

I'm Canadian, that's the way it's spelled here. canada

Mar 11, 2019

well you're wrong

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

Mar 11, 2019

we won the war get with the program
https://images-na.ssl-images-amazon.com/images/I/81pcZOsirdL._SL1500_.jpg

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

Mar 11, 2019

and i swear if you post an even larger canadian flag, my counter-strike will be acutely ferocious
i will go on fucking bing.com my man do not push me

heister:

Look at all these wannabe richies hating on an expensive salad.

    • 1
Mar 11, 2019

Don't forget the war of 1812:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_of_1812

Mar 11, 2019

What about it? Us Americans won that war.

Mar 11, 2019

50k of my own money, that went straight to my University

Cash and cash equivalents: $138,311
Financial instruments and other inventory positions owned: $448,166

Mar 11, 2019

I moonlight as a smurf. So I regularly deposit $9,999.99 in different banks all day everyday.

Mar 11, 2019
Comment