Leaving your wallet in someone else’s car is a common mistake, but it can be a costly one, especially if you have to cancel your cards. A user asked the forum, “Am I a jerk for leaving my wallet in my best friend’s car…she’s mad because I had my cards canceled.”
OP left my wallet in her best friend’s car over the weekend.
SHE IS MAKING EXCUSES
Every time they set a time to meet, OP’s friend cancels, changes the time, or has an excuse as to why she can’t meet for her to get her wallet.
SHE WENT TO HER HOME
OP has offered to go to her house, but she was never home.
SHE THREATENED TO REPORT
So OP told her that she would have her debit card and the other cards she had in her car wallet canceled and/or reported as stolen.
SHE BLAMED OP
OP’s friend flipped and told her that she was a mess and a jerk for doing that and that it shows how bad of a friend OP was for not trusting her and how she was bullying her by treating her like a thief and criminal.
Wants to know if she is right
SHE IS TRYING TO STEAL
“If I had a friend react like this my first assumption would be they’re trying to steal from me.”
“Red flags, cancel your cards, please. Check your online records for transactions. NTA. Overreaction on her part about you cancelling your cards. She shouldn’t hold on to your identity and cards for so long. You should cancel and report losing your wallet.”
SHE IS NOT YOUR BEST FRIEND
“You need to ask yourself if a ‘best friend’ really treats someone the way she treated you. What you did was reasonable. What she fails to see is that you were actually protecting her. Ask her – was she may be overreacting to the word “stolen”? Reporting the cards as lost instead of stolen would have been a better option.”
SHE IS OVERREACTING
“Bit of an overreaction on her part. This has no bearing on her, and really its her fault for being so flippant about meeting you.”
SHE IS TOXIC
“Your friend is toxic, be careful. This has nothing to do with her possibly using or thinking of using your cards she basically paralyzed you and passively controlled you. either consciously or not be very very careful. this kind of people drain your energy and attention.”
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