Throughout all this time in twitch I have seen some people who seem to be relatives of Uncle Scrooge because of the amount of money they donate to some users. Normally these exorbitant figures tend to be around between 100 and 500 dollars, at least, although on occasion there are those who use everything they have in their pockets to donate even thousands of dollars.
One of the most striking cases took place a few years ago, when the user iNexus_Ninja could not think of anything else but to donate more than 50,000 dollars that he distributed among several streamers from Twitch. For example, some were given just over $1,000. Instead, streamer LegendaryLea was sent so many donations in a row that together they totaled more than $11,500, causing even herself to dance on air with the joy she gave him.
Surely more than one is thinking that such a generous user is going and that he could have already gone through his channel. However, appearances can be deceiving, because in reality it was a troll who would surely be laughing as he saw how some of his victims, including Sodapoppin or Dizzykitten, celebrated in style, others stayed speechless and there were also those who thought it was a mistake.
While all the donations were real, what iNexus_Ninja really wanted was to cancel the transfer and ask PayPal to return the money after a month. Of course, what surely was not expected at all is that PayPal was going to send your request for a walk.
And is that the platform completely refused the return of the tens of thousands of dollars, so the trick went pretty bad for him. In addition, the so-called Anthony Archer, from Australia, published a message (now deleted) in which he indicated that he used his parents’ credit card to make the transfers, although recently we have seen that he is not the only.
The truth is that it is not known if he will have learned his lesson or not, but what is certain is that his parents must have been extremely angry when they discovered the cake. At least it must be recognized that thanks to his failed trolling has made a few people happy.
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