if you found a 20 dollar bill in a parking lot would you keep it or try and freturn it to someone ?

Contributor: Secret Pleasure Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
Answers (private voting - your screen name will NOT appear in the results):
keep it
87  (76%)
return it to the closest place I was at
3  (3%)
try and return it but if not keep it what else can I do
25  (22%)
Total votes: 115
Poll is closed
03/27/2012
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Contributor: Rin (aka Nire) Rin (aka Nire)
Honestly? If I saw someone nearby I might ask them if it was theirs, but otherwise I'd keep it.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Bignuf Bignuf
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
If there was any chance I knew who it belonged to, or saw someone drop it, I would sure return it. If not, taking it somewhere, and turning it over to someone? It would just go in THEIR pocket. If it were jewelry or a wallet, YES, I would take it into a nearby store or business, but just a single cash bill? Nope...again, unless I had some reasonable chance of it getting to it's owner.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Nazaress Nazaress
If there was no one around it, the likelihood of it returning to the proper owner is very slim. In that case, I would just keep it. If I saw someone nearby, I'd ask them if they dropped any money (and not tell them how much). If they could say, "Oh, yeah. I dropped a $20", I'd give it to them but otherwise, probably not. If you ask someone if they dropped a specific amount without asking them to say how much, it's likely that they're lying and just want money. I've returned smaller amounts before and I know that they just went into the pocket of whoever I gave it to so never again.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Alyxx Alyxx
If I saw someone drop it, I would return it, but if it was just sitting there I would keep it. There's no way to really tell ownership of a bill, unlike a wallet or credit card. Asking people if they lost $20 won't work, they will just say yes. Asking if they misplaced some money and making them tell you how much is a little less risky, but you could just get a good guesser. If someone came up to me looking for it, I would give it back, though.
03/27/2012
Contributor: VioletMoonstone VioletMoonstone
If there was someone standing right next to me I'd probably ask but other than that I would totally keep it! It's only $20 and I'm sure anyone would lie and say, "oh yeah that's mine" when it really wasn't. If it was $2,000 then that would be totally different. I wouldn't keep it I would definitely get someone to help me.
03/27/2012
Contributor: dhig dhig
if i saw someone drop it or if someone where near it, i'd let them no. if not, i'd keep it.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
I would ask around, and if no one took it, I would give it to the first Mom I saw.
03/27/2012
Contributor: jokerzwild jokerzwild
If I saw someone drop it I would give it back other wise there is no way to tell who it belonged to and the person you turned it into would just pocket it.
03/27/2012
Contributor: spunkmonkey spunkmonkey
If I saw someone drop it, I would return it. Other then that, what else can you do?
03/27/2012
Contributor: CindyH CindyH
i would keep it
03/27/2012
Contributor: RonLee RonLee
Quote:
Originally posted by jokerzwild
If I saw someone drop it I would give it back other wise there is no way to tell who it belonged to and the person you turned it into would just pocket it.
Exactly.
03/27/2012
Contributor: RonLee RonLee
Once many years ago I was driving with my spouse and young son in town and I spotted what looked like a dollar bill on the road. There weren't any other cars on the road so I stopped and sure enough that's what it was then i saw another bill and another. When I added it up it was over fifty bucks. Sadly my spouse demanded half... LOL!

I have also pointed out (several times over the years) dropped cash to the person who dropped it, who was in line ahead of me at a fast food joint.
03/27/2012
Contributor: aliceinthehole aliceinthehole
Quote:
Originally posted by spunkmonkey
If I saw someone drop it, I would return it. Other then that, what else can you do?
i second this. cash is really hard to trace... like. impossible.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Master DarkWolf Master DarkWolf
It depends...
03/27/2012
Contributor: DreamWolf DreamWolf
Quote:
Originally posted by Master DarkWolf
It depends...
Yep, though I could hardly resist, but what if the person is nearby, then it's obvious to give it back to her/him...
03/27/2012
Contributor: curious kitten curious kitten
what else ya gonna do?
03/27/2012
Contributor: MamaDivine MamaDivine
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
I have found money on the ground before. I looked around, asked a few folks if they dropped it, no? Ok cool...I got mollah again! lol.

God knows I have dropped money before and never had it returned. Frustrating, but my own fault for not payin attention
03/27/2012
Contributor: Brenard Brenard
In all it depends. If they were close or I saw someone drop it then I would give it to them.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Gary Gary
If it was loose cash, and I didn't see anyone around, yes I would keep it. If it was in a wallet, no - and I would try to return the wallet to its owner. It really sucks losing things.
03/27/2012
Contributor: Zombirella Zombirella
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
Keep it.
03/28/2012
Contributor: Curiouscat Curiouscat
If no one was around, and I didn't see it fall out of someones purse or something then I would keep it. If it's a $20 dollar bill anyone you ask will probably say it's theirs because there's no way to prove it and it's free cash. So i'd just keep it at that point.

If someone came running into the parking lot asking if anyone saw a $20 they just dropped, I would give it to them.
03/28/2012
Contributor: DiamondKoala DiamondKoala
Usually I would look around for someone who looks like they would have dropped it, but if it's a massive public place like a garage I would probably just take it if I couldn't see anyone obviously looking for it.
03/28/2012
Contributor: November November
Quote:
Originally posted by Rin (aka Nire)
Honestly? If I saw someone nearby I might ask them if it was theirs, but otherwise I'd keep it.
Same here.
03/28/2012
Contributor: Undead Undead
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
I would keep it
03/28/2012
Contributor: Rossie Rossie
Never saw money bills on the ground, but if I did come across one, I would take it to the customer service at the nearest store, that's what I always do in similar situations; one time it was a credit card, another incidence was someone left her handbag in a shopping cart at the cart return (quite unbelievable!).
03/28/2012
Contributor: ViVix ViVix
Quote:
Originally posted by Secret Pleasure
dont worry poll is private be honest
I work at a grocery store. If you turn it in at the desk, they just put it in the register. Nobody ever gets their money back.
03/28/2012
Contributor: Positwist Positwist
Unless I saw someone drop it or there's someone around who could have dropped it (someone fishing in their pockets or bag, whatever), I just keep it.

As a rule, I don't work too hard to return $20. Bills bigger than that, though, I'll put in more effort and ask around ("Did you drop some cash?" and then wait for them to tell me how much).
03/28/2012
Contributor: Beck Beck
I would look to see if anyone is around looking for their money. If they were, I would return it. But otherwise I would keep it too.
03/28/2012