ATM Receipts

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People hoping for an edge on the singles scene have more ammunition, thanks to phony ATM receipts with a six-figure balance, available at pullmyfinger.com. NPR's Renee Montagne talks with entrepreneur Richard Halpern, who says that if you write down your number on one of these ATM receipts at a bar one night, your phone will ring off the hook the next morning.

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