Do you drive two hours to get the $100 reward, or do you just keep the $500?
If it was a legit $500 bill that I could deposit at the bank (and the person didn't seem like a crazy person), I'd be more apt to suggest I return $485 via Venmo/PayPal ($500 less returned item fee). I wouldn't trust I'd get that $100 when I arrived and that's a long drive to do for free. If I had a real reason to go to wherever the pax was, or could destination filter there, I might consider it.
Stealing... I am despised that someone asks this question. . It goes to the type of person who you are and people who steal do other bad things. Yes it’s stealing because you know it’s not yours.
Yeah, since around the end of WWII. Still legal tender, if someone was dumb enough to lose it in a car. They were taken out of circulation in 1969. I don’t just know all this trivia; Google is my friend.Nobody's leaving a $500 bill. They don’t even print those anymore.
Excellent way to handle the situation.Easy question because of the two hour factor.
If they were nearby I would return the 500. But I'm not driving 2 hours. If they can find a way to come to me I would.
I've always returned wallets and other items either to their house or to store security, depending on the situation.
Absolutely.Stealing... I am despised that someone asks this question. . It goes to the type of person who you are and people who steal do other bad things. Yes it’s stealing because you know it’s not yours.