Guess what he did with the money!
What would you have to do for Sprint to give you a credit for over $139K? Become Michael Jett of Blue Ash, OH!
For about a week Sprint was sending credited money into Jett’s account. Jett was honest enough to reach out to Sprint to try and return the money as well as all of the personal credit card account information he wound up with due to the error.
“I noticed MasterCards, American Express and Visa cards sending credits to my account, with confirmation numbers, but none of those cards were mine,” Jett told a local ABC News affiliate.
“It’s of great concern to me because I worry about them, and wonder is my information going to someone else too?” Thus he contacted the company and connected with a customer service agent who made the correction.