” I was investing an hour or more a night attempting to clean the cents and probably only cleaned up off about $5 worth,” Flaten stated, according to the press release. “I was so relieved and grateful.”

Andreas Flatens wheelbarrow of 91,515 cents– dropped off in his driveway by previous company An OKAY Walker Autoworks last month– was selected up Thursday and cashed by Coinstar, according to a press release from the firm.

A Georgia guy whose vengeful ex-boss paid him his final paycheck in $915 worth of oily pennies lastly got a “real payment” thanks to assist from a coin-counting company.

Andreas Flaten says hes “grateful and so relieved,” Coinstar got and moneyed in his wheelbarrow of 91,515 cents.
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This companys paying it forward.

Andreas Flaten states he “just cleaned off about $5 worth,” of pennies every night.
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On March 12, Flaten discovered 500 pounds of pennies, greased up with motor oil that made them difficult to money, at his home in Fayetteville

“I offered the cash to Royal Animal Refuge and TLC Pet Rescue. One saved my pet and one conserved my mothers pet,” he told the station Friday.

Flaten had reportedly been guaranteed his last $915 check by January however the cash never ever got here. He later on stated his former boss implicated him of damages to the company and refused to pay him correctly.

Coinstar declares “getting 91,000 pennies was all in a days work,” for their coin business.
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Flatens sweetheart, Olivia Oxley, later on shared a video of the penny pile in an Instagram post that went viral, prompting Coinstar to help.

” Coinstar has been in the coin service for 30 years and we process around 41 billion coins every year– so selecting up 91,000 cents was all in a days work,” the company said.

Flaten selected 2 Atlanta-area animal shelters to get the contributions, according to FOX News.

A note left on top of the loot read: “f– k you.”

Andreas Flaten contributed his cent haul of money to two Atlanta-area animal shelters, according to FOX News.
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The company stated it rounded the worth of the cents up to $1,000 and offered to donate the exact same total up to charities of Flatens choice.