Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

Man Loses Wallet On Flight; Good Samaritan Returns It With More Money.

Life Goes On

Life Goes On

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Hunter was able to put aside the anxiety caused by the loss of his wallet so that he could enjoy the wedding. His sister looked beautiful walking down the aisle all dressed in white with a white bouquet in her hands. Hunter wasn’t preoccupied with money at this point, but his mother certainly was.

How Would He Travel?

How Would He Travel?

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“It being Vegas and all, I figured it was gone forever,” explained Hunter. After the weekend wedding, he and his parents went to the airport to head back to Omaha on November 11. Once they arrived, they would have to drive home to Brandon, South Dakota, for three hours. But his mom worried the airline wouldn’t let him board the flight without his ID.

Identity Theft

Identity Theft

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In this day and age, identity theft has become a growing concern for many people. Sure, you can always get a new ID, and new credit cards. But by the time you get these things back, a lot of damage can be done by thieves.

Clean You Out

Clean You Out

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People don’t always realize their wallet is missing, and when they do, they’ll report their credit cards stolen. But in some cases, a thief might have already used the credit card to go on a shopping spree in their name. They might even clean out their bank account.

Everyone Was Anxious

Everyone Was Anxious

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“We were very anxious,” shared Jeannie Shamatt. “I was worried. I was anxious. He was anxious.” Hunter was interviewed for about an hour before he was allowed to get on the flight. This brought everyone some sort of comfort since they knew things could have been worse. The airline could have denied him access to the flight.

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