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Wife’s wonderful way to save money, save 100 rupees on mispronunciation of name, bank offers



Savings tips: Everyone tries to save a little of the money they earn. Many people deposit money in the bank to save money, while many people save money through the premium. But every person finds new ways to save money. One such method was adopted by a woman, in which she puts 1 pound or 101.08 rupees in the jar if someone mispronounces her name. In this way, the woman began to use the pronunciation of a wrong name to save money.

Julia Green, a 28-year-old woman, says she is tired of explaining the pronunciation of her name to “Julie”. Despite this, people mispronounce their name. That’s why the wife converted it to saving money by not caring about the pronunciation of the name. Julia has issued a money-saving challenge for herself. She saves £1 (101.08 rupees) every time someone calls her by the wrong name. He created ‘Julie Pot’ and saved £9 (909.68). If this continues, she hopes to have saved £1,000 (101075.14 rupees) by the end of the year. She plans to use the money saved to buy a house.

The Mirror quoted Julia as saying, “I just decided to have a little fun with it. I don’t really mind (when people get my name wrong) because it’s happened “so many times” that I kinda laugh about it now. She said: “I often make sure to stress ‘a’ in the phonetic alphabet and do ‘a for alpha’, but that’s not always the case. Most people are right. I had to explain myself when I was a child.

Julia said: ‘I don’t know (why people get it wrong). It’s a pretty common name and a silly way to save money. In fact, UK bank Monzo asked Julia if they could use their money-saving initiative as part of their marketing strategy.

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