randomjsa: Ugh... The European numbers are different... They don't have a 10^15 (quadrillion in US)... So i don't know what to call it.
EZ Writer: "offered to set up instalments to pay off the bill"Do they share the same customer service center as RIAA?
Shadow Blasko: Mara See Mara Do: I'm curious as to what kind of error would cause a number that big.A Dinkum Thinkum computer.Probably a Holmes-IV
brantgoose: That Scottish Dude. Only funny if you are the one passing it off as Canadian money. But in that case, it's hilarious.
limeyfellow: ChipNASA: So that's like what $12 American???1 Euro = 1.2939 USD, so no.It gets even sadder.1.00 CAD = 1.02278 USD. Even funny Canadian money is worth more than US money.
Silverstaff: Installments?For a bill 6000 times larger than the GDP of your country? If she paid every dime she ever made it and lived forever the sun would burn out before the bill was paid, the interest alone would be many times the GDP.Then they blamed it on. . ."a subsequent misunderstanding between the client and staff at their call centre."So, what's the odds that French wasn't the first language of the call center worker? Does France outsource to India too?
ChipNASA: So that's like what $12 American???
Mara See Mara Do: I'm curious as to what kind of error would cause a number that big.
Christian Bale: French woman? was this her?
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