"Lol I'll name my account 'Da monaaayyy 😂😂👌👌💯💶'"
"Yeah hello this is Bank, we had to put your account down. We are incredibly sorry. It seems that it had cancer in the highest stage. It was an act of mercy, really. Have a good day."
@A pet named Steve, "P.S. We're keeping the money, we need it to help pay off the chemotherapy for our staff."
@A pet named Steve, it’s pronounce “Di Moné”
@A pet named Steve, hello, this is bank
@omgjackt, on one hand yes on the other hand banks often use a lot of legacy systems and because of this an emoji could likely break something. Now admittedly it wouldn’t be a hard fix since you would just need to sanitize whatever data the user is entering in and emoji breaking it is one of the better things that could happen if they aren’t sanitizing incoming data
Someone wrote some bad code
@carguy25, Fortran probably doesn't handle emojis.
Well, look at me, with my multiple savings accounts! Care for a spot of tea?
The only way having an emoji can ruin a system is if their database didn't parse out whatever quote, colon, semicolon, or bracket was in the name and it assumed that it was part of the code. Which is a vulnerability people use to inject code into systems and hack them. The fact that a fvcking BANK is vulnerable to code injections is both ridiculous and frightening. With an injection, I can easily altar the bank's database to give myself say 1000000000000$. Just saying.
HA HA HA-
13 thousand people are penniless.