A man wanted to securely park his car for a cheap rate and decided to get a loan from the bank using his car as collateral.
A man wanted to travel for a business meeting and thought of the best way to keep his car. He drove his Rolls Royce to a downtown New York City bank and asked for an immediate loan of $5,000.
Surprised, the loan officer asked him for collateral. He offered his keys to the man as collateral. The loan officer wasted no time in sealing the deal.
A Rolls Royce in a parking lot. | Photo: Shutterstock
He quickly arranged for the car to be driven to the bank's underground parking for safekeeping and gave the man his $5000. A few weeks later, the man walked into the bank and approached the loan officer so he could settle his loan and get his car back.
The loan officer went through the records and told the man he would have to pay $5,000 in principal and $15.40 in interest. The man handed a check over to the loan officer and headed for the exit door.
A businessman working on a laptop while sitting on a bed with his travel bag and jacket ready | Photo: Shutterstock/Yuttana Jaowattana
The loan officer ran after him and said: "While you were gone, I found out you are a millionaire. Why in the world would you need to borrow?" With a smile, the man said"
"where else could I securely park my Rolls-Royce in Manhattan for two weeks and pay only $15.40?"
Another Joke: A business owner wanted to check how things are going in his different businesses, so he decided to take a surprise tour.
He went to the shipping docks and saw a young man leaning against the wall idle. He approached the young man and asked him how much he makes each day, and the boy replied that he made $150.
A businessman checking robots with digital tablet in a high tech company. | Photo: Getty Images
The owner handed him $150 from his waller and asked him to leave the docks and never return. Not too long after that, the shipping clerk asked the owner:
"Have you seen that UPS driver? I asked him to wait here for me!"
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