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Or, you may be urged to wait a week before calling, giving them time to move on.
There is no label or ID present and the stated likelihood is that whoever lost the money probably came by it dishonestly and can not claim it, so your returning the money is ruled out as impossible.
A very sophisticated scheme unfolds for victims who believe that the two women, who work as a team, have really found a bag of money and want to share it.
I read it to her and asked her at least four times if she gave them any money.
She said no but it turns out she gave them 29.00 back in May.