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Treasure Hunter
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
I'm really surprised on some of the answer.
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013

rramsdell wrote:
I'm really surprised on some of the answer.

*GASP* 

It's not like you found a wallet with identification. 

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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
Lol, still.
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
I would take it, maybe buy that night's dinner, then some games, some clothes, and I guess I'll just wait until it runs out. If there is no way to actually know who left the money there, what else can be done?
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
Wait and see, if anyone fry's to claim it. I believe its 30 days, and if no one claims it, its yours legit.
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
I've known some people that got into trouble for things like that. They found a cellphone, called to give it back and now they are in jail.

To be honest, if I weren't to take it for me, I would leave it there for somebody else to find it.
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
Has to be more to your story. Police need probable cause.
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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013
I would keep it... sometimes to rise others have to fall.

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Re: Integrity test

May 9, 2013

whose to say what the "right" thing is? Perhaps it was drug money that was dropped inadvertently, and giving it to the rightful owners would be a crime. I say, right place, right time.

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rramsdell wrote:
If you are working or on your way to work, or just out and about. And, you find a stack of cash from $1000 to $5000 stuff in a envelope, left behind. What would you do??

Keep in mind, the envelope, doesn't have no address or any identifcation on it.

Let's see how many honest people are out there and see who does the right thing.

I would take it to the local police station and check with them every day. A week later, if nobody has claimed it, it would be mine.

My Grandpa found 2K once, folded up in a rubber band and stuffed in a paper bag.

 

He turned it in and the police and they told him if nobody came to claim it in 7 days, they would let him know.

7 days went by, they called him, and he went down and picked it up. The police even said it was a nice thing to do, but with no way for anyone to prove it was theirs (unless they know the exact amount), and the suspicious way the money was packaged, that the chances of the owner coming to a police station and asking for a missing 2K, were slim to zero.

 

 

On me and my Wife's honeymoon we found a woman's wallet with $500 bucks in it. We mailed the wallet to the woman with all her money, cards, and ID. A few weeks later she sent us a $100 dollar reward with a thank you letter.

Trust me, it was tempting to go blow that money on our honeymoon, but all we kept thinking about was "what if it was us?"

Her reward was not expected, but very thoughtful.

"You must make a friend of horror. Horror and moral terror are your friends. If they are not then they are enemies to be feared."


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