Then you see someone looking for something. That person comes up to you and asks if you've seen a wallet what do you say?
I will ask this person what he is looking for. If he is looking for a wallet then I will ask the details of the wallet. If he can mention the details, then I'll return it to him. If not, I will call a radio station to announce the wallet I found. This wallet must have meant a lot to its owner. What you plant is what you reap. So, why don't be a nice person by returning the wallet to its rightful owner? I know an office attendant who became rich after returning his boss' money he found. Why? His boss promoted him as one of his trusted right hand men. Who knows what reward you will get for returning a wallet. Just be an honest man.
i give them the wallet b/c chances are they might give you some of it. lol.
How about be honest, and either bring it to the police, or say "yes" if someone asks if you've seen a wallet. Honesty is the best policy, after all.
i am a firm believer in what goes around comes around. i would sleep alot better if i just gave up the wallet. (i have done this before) i found a wallet with about 500 and credit cards. i looked him up in phone book (i had his name and address) his wife answered and we met for the exchange. the feeling you get when you do the right thing is greater than the money.
I`d say yes! OK, it`s pretty evident you`ve found a wallet with a LOT of money, and your conscience is in a quandry about what to do. Well, It`s not about the amount, $1 or $1000, whatever. DO YOU want to do the right thing?Do You know who it belongs to? How would you feel if you were the one who lost it? What if they need that money to live on? If you want to make sure of it`s owner, don`t volunteer any information. Ask them to describe what they lost, and the amount. The real owner will know. If you don`t know the owner, put an ad in the paper saying you found a wallet with cash. Again, the correct owner can identify the wallet and the amount.
I would say, "Yes, I found a wallet, if you can tell me whose name is in it, I'll give it to you. If that person can't tell me or tells me the wrong name, I take it to the police.
Thanks, Elizabeth, I didn't go back and add anything. (Can I give you a hard time jokingly?)
I agree with Timberwolf.
I'd want proof that I was giving the wallet to the correct person.
I couldn't keep it. The guilt would eat me up. I am an honest person, I would give it back, but first I would ask him to id the wallet and the contents, what if he saw you pick it up and just wanted it for himself?
No question what so ever
I would return it
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