Thursday, March 16, 2006

Man finds proper owner of $200,000

Question? If you found a $100 bill in the middle of a parking lot, would you start asking people in the parking lot if the $100 was theirs, or would you pocket the money?

Maybe after reading this article from, you would opt to ask people in the parking lot if the money was theirs. Here is an excerpt from the article:

"Carlos G. Rojas didn't know what to think when the military life insurance checks started showing up at his office. He didn't know anyone who would have named him a beneficiary, and the checks totaled $200,000."

"He called Service members' Group Life Insurance, which pays death benefits to military families, and the customer service representatives insisted the money was his and he should cash the checks, he said.

Rojas couldn't do it.

''It's not like picking up a penny you just found,'' said Rojas, a 29-year-old marketing consultant. ''Somebody's life was connected with that money.''

Meanwhile, Carlos M. Rojas, 62, wondered why he had never received life insurance payments for his son, ArmyPfc. KennyRojas, killed by a land mine in October in Iraq.

Service members' Group assured him the checks were in the mail."

The younger Rojas returned the checks to the elder Rojas, who was overwhelmed with gratitude.

It just goes to show, honesty is always the right way to go.

To read the entire article, go to

Good luck and happy dating to you all!


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