Nothing gets people more excited than free money, and one mystery Twitter benefactor is quickly becoming an online sensation for their recent anonymous acts of generosity around the San Fransisco area.
The Twitter account @HiddenCash is paying it forward by stashing envelops of cash in hidden locations and tweeting out clues as to where to find the money for a big pay day.
The online scavenger hunt began Thursday night and is described as “an anonymous social experiment for good. Real Cash hidden around SF & beyond” in the account profile.
Those lucky enough to come across the money-stuffed envelopes filled with twenties or even a hundred dollar bill have been posting photos of their find:
— Forrest Hanson (@gumplr) May 26, 2014
The user behind the account still remains unknown, but has been confirmed by ABC that he is a man between 35 and 45 years old. CBS San Fransisco reports that he told The Bold Italic that that they had “made millions in the San Francisco real estate market and wanted to do some good.”
Now, Los Angeles will get a chance to join in on the fun. They plan to take the scavenger hunt on the road this weekend and stash away hidden cash around L.A. for some very lucky and savvy followers. If you don’t have Twitter, now might be a good time to join.