Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Check Your Wallet: Your Dollar Bills Could Be Worth Thousands.

Check Your Wallet

Check Your Wallet

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He felt his heart pounding and his blood pressure rising as he looked at the bill. This flat piece of paper looked harmless, but it sent him on a rollercoaster spin of emotions. It arrived in the mail, and it was a rather shocking surprise. Just about everyone has felt this kind of fear at some point in their lives. Then he realized he had to check his wallet.

Know Where To Look

Know Where To Look

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Do you ever get the feeling that you forgot to pay for something? Maybe it was a hospital bill, a traffic ticket, or the mortgage. Everyone has panicked at the thought of having forgotten to pay a bill at one point or another. But it turns out that your ticket out of paying it off was probably in your wallet this entire time. But you probably weren’t looking in the right place.

Collectors’ Latest Fad

Collectors’ Latest Fad

The Sassy Pack Rat

Collectors are always picking up things that a lot of us consider worthless like nail clippings, Troll Dolls, and even Coca-Cola cans. In fact, there’s a good chance that you have a fortune in your home and you don’t even know it. But the latest fad in the collectors’ world is an item that most of us have with us when we walk out of the house.

Unnecessary Work

Unnecessary Work

The Junk Queen (of Massachusetts)

We’re all familiar with anecdotes like rags to riches or Cash-In-The-Attic, and wondered if we underestimated the value of something we own. Maybe there’s a rare item hidden somewhere in our basement or in our garage. Unfortunately, we’d have to dig through our junk for days to find this potential item. Then we’d need to have it appraised, which sounds like a lot of unnecessary work.

Numeral Sequence

Numeral Sequence

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Don’t waste your time rummaging through your old junk. The most expensive item you own might be in your pocket right now. We use it all the time. It’s dirty, but we love it. We trade it. We get it back. And now, collectors want it badly. But these people aren’t collecting it because of its monetary value. They want it because of a certain numeral sequence.

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