A homeless old man called John Helinski from Poland spent almost 3 years living at a bus stop homeless in America. He taught he was going to leave the rest of his life in the street but fortunately for the man, his life changed and this is how it happened.
One day he discovered his old forgotten bank account. In this bank account was a lot of money with a lot of benefits including social security pilling up for years. The amount in his bank account could even buy him a permanent residence or a car. Although remembering the old forgotten bank account, he had to verify his account but it could only be done with a birth certificate what a sad story but it got better the people around him supported him including the police to get all the requirements he needed in order retrieve his bank account. Now this old man is leaving happily and comfortably.
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