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(WLNS) - Having a little extra cash in your pocket isn't a bad thing.
Sometimes you need a quick snack or see something you really like.
There's a new movement on Twitter that's gaining momentum across the United States.
It's called "Hidden Cash" and it's getting ordinary people searching up and down for money.
The viral hidden cash concept is the latest craze in multiple cities across the country.
It's simple: cash ranging from $20 to $100 is dropped around the city and all you have to do is find it.
The "Hidden Cash" craze started about two weeks ago when a mysterious man who claimed to be a real estate investor began hiding money around California as a way to give something back to the community.
The man remains anonymous because he wants the attention to remain on the pay-it-forward acts rather than himself.
Copy cats have now started in many states but the person behind the original "Hidden Cash" Twitter account says as long as their intent is to do good then its fine with him.
The "Hidden Cash" Twiiter account says the group is currently making its rounds in San Francisco.
But who knows? Maybe a Michigan native will start the trend here.