| By Stephanie Small |
Getting ripped off really stinks. While someone else is out having fun with what’s rightfully yours, you’re left with lost time, money, and good humor.
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But here’s a way to get a bit of payback — if not on the hardcore thief, at least on those opportunists who think they’re getting something for nothing. It might just make you think twice about playing finders, keepers. Play the video
Fun ways to take revenge on would-be thieves
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