Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

If You Find A $100 Bill On Your Windshield, It Could Be A Trap.

Luckily Kyri hadn't seen the bill until she was hitting warp 10 on the highway.

There was also no one around when she pulled over, which meant that the would-be thief hadn't followed her onto the highway. As she read more about this apparently popular scam, she realized she was very lucky.

Luckily Kyri hadn't seen the bill until she was hitting warp 10 on the highway.

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She had come dangerously close to becoming entangled in a rather dangerous predicament.

Kyrie feels that someone was definitely watching over her and her son at that moment. Had she seen the $100 bill, things could have turned out differently. But it's also an experience that taught her something as well.

She had come dangerously close to becoming entangled in a rather dangerous predicament.

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It's not just this scam that you have to worry about. There are thieves constantly waiting for an opportunity to knock.

So Kyri suggests that if you ever feel uncomfortable walking from the store to your car, you can always ask a store employee to walk with you. This will deter a thief from coming towards you and stealing your car or hurting you.

It's not just this scam that you have to worry about. There are thieves constantly waiting for an opportunity to knock.

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It's also very important not to let any distractions keep you from turning on your car and driving away.

You can worry about the consequences later, so long as you haven't hurt anyone while trying to get away. But you also shouldn't let distractions keep you from maintaining situational awareness while walking to your vehicle.

It's also very important not to let any distractions keep you from turning on your car and driving away.

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Authorities in Maryland went on alert back in 2014 when another potential holiday scam reared its ugly head.

But to date, there's no record of the scam ever having occurred, at least not at the Prince George's County Police Department in the city where a similar scam took place. But although it's become sort of an urban legend, cops still prefer that people err on the side of caution.

Authorities in Maryland went on alert back in 2014 when another potential holiday scam reared its ugly head.

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