A gullible Wisconsin woman got a taste of some instant karma when she lost $2,000 in what she thought was the dream "finder's keepers" situation.
The woman, who wished to remain anonymous, was walking out to a parking lot when someone called her over asking if she had dropped anything. The other woman, then held up a wallet stuffed with cash. They called a third person over to inspect it, then the woman who initially found it said "finder's keepers then, huh?"
Now, any person with common sense or even just a good conscience would probably come up with another solution but not this lady. The woman who found the wallet then said she worked somewhere with a cash counting machine so the three women went and "found out" there was $150,000.
They then said they would split the cash three ways but here's where the scam really becomes the scam. The woman then said she would split it but only if the other two provided her with some sort of a deposit of $2,000. The woman being scammed went and got the money and watched the other women go behind a building and come back with cash but when she went to get her "share" the women were gone and the people inside where the "cash counter" was had no idea what she was talking about.
Now, the woman is out $2,000 and everyone knows she is a scummy human being. We're not condoning scamming people but honestly, she kind of deserved it for being so oblivious.