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What should I do ?

Asked by randellden (3points) September 18th, 2008

The other day I posted a question, from the Fluther collective I got good responses and they started to confirm my gut feeling and suspicion about who the culprit may have been.
My next question to the collective is what should I do about my “friend”, i didn’t catch him red handed and so he can’t be accused. At this point in time i have decided to not make any contact with him to see what he does or says. He isn’t a “friend” that I meet up with regularly either but would be in contact via email. So far I haven’t heard from him and its about 3 weeks since it happened.
Its churning over in my head now as I not sure if this is the right course of action to cut off from him, even if he sends an email.

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cyndyh's avatar

Did you tell your girlfriend that it was $300 missing? Strange.

cheebdragon's avatar

Kick their ass. Problem solved.

deaddolly's avatar

Let it go and chalk it up to experience. Keep an eye on your friend in the future.

Malakai's avatar

You have to weigh the value of the friendship against the value of the gag.

In the grand scheme $150 isn’t much, but then again friends who steal petty cash aren’t very valuable themselves.

Keep your distance. Watch and wait. You’ve got the right idea.

robmandu's avatar

Set him up:

- Write down your bill serial numbers in your wallet.
– Repeat the situation where he has alone time with your wallet in public.
– Money goes missing twice while he’s present is certainly good cause to ask then. And with the serial numbers, you have irrefutable proof.

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