Here are this week’s Life Pro Tips.
1. Don’t tell scammers that you have a Dash Cam.
If someone tries to scam you while you are driving a vehicle, do not inform the scammer that you have a dashcam. They will just leave the scene immediately. Instead, just call the police. Do not exchange insurance info without police present. When the police arrive, allow them to get a statement from the “victim.” When they come to you for a statement, show them your dashcam footage. Falsifying a police statement is illegal, and they will not only be caught red-handed scamming someone, but their charges will be more severe for falsifying a statement. Plus if they are in a vehicle when they tried to scam you, their insurance premiums will probably go through the roof. Remember, if they tried to scam you, they have tried to scam someone else, and are likely going to continue trying to scam others in the future. Let’s stop allowing them to get away with it so easily.
2. Compliment others. People aren’t always bragging. Sometimes they’re just hoping you’ll be proud of them.
It might seem like they’re bragging sometimes but usually, they just wish that you acknowledge their accomplishments.