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Honest Uber Driver Returns Wallet With $3,000 Cash To Ukrainian Passenger

Faith in humanity – particularly in Uber drivers – restored.

Mark Andrew





While it’s always easy to believe that the world is filled with jerks who would readily take advantage of others, it is also true that there are still a lot of good people out there.

Case in point, one Uber driver from Chicago has just captured the heart of netizens everywhere when news about his kind act recently spread on social media.

According to reports, Jose Figueroa picked up a passenger at the O-Hare International Airport. The man turned out to have emigrated from Ukraine. Figueroa drove him to a home in west suburban River Grove.

Eventually, the Uber driver discovered that his passenger actually left his wallet – and it contained $3,000 in cash.

Uber driver Jose Figueroa’s passenger left his wallet on the car. Figueroa went great lengths to return it to him.

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At that point, Figueroa remembered the conversation he had with the man who shared that he sold his business and that was all the money he had as he starts a new life in the country.

Figueroa admitted:

“I mean there was temptation. I’ll be honest with you. But me being a Christian, I couldn’t. I wanted to make sure I sleep good, so that’s what I did. I returned the money and the wallet.”

He wasted no time and drove to the home where he dropped the passenger off. She was greeted by the man’s sister who started crying upon seeing him. They invited Figueroa in for dinner and insisted on rewarding him with $100 for his kindness.

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Well, that was undeniably an awesome thing to do. The world needs more honest people like this guy.

Thank you, Jose Figueroa, for restoring our faith in humanity – and particularly in Uber drivers!

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Woman Told To Cut Down Century-Old Tree On Her Property Turns it Into Work of Art Instead

…and something the whole neighborhood could visit and enjoy.

Dondi Tiples



Sara Sanders owns a 110-year-old cedar on her property in Everett, Washington. When the tree proved to be a road hazard, with falling limbs causing road blockages, city officials told her to cut it down.

Heartbroken, Sara was all ready to say goodbye to the 120-foot-tall century-old tree when she had an idea. Contacting chainsaw artist, Larry Carter, they worked together to transform the iconic tree into a thing of beauty.

Sara Sanders was told to cut this beautiful cedar down.

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Innocent Guy Spent 9 Years In Prison, Becomes A Lawyer When He Got Out

Talk about a remarkable recovery story.

Mark Andrew



Life has been terribly unfair for Jarrett Adams. In 1998, he visited the University of Wisconsin with two of his friends. Things took an unfortunate turn from there which ended up with them being accused of sexual assault. He was only 17 years old at that time.

To make matters worse, his lawyer, who was appointed by the court, didn't offer a defense at trial. Eventually, Adams was convicted and was given a 28-year sentence.

Speaking with MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber, Adams shared:

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Thrifty Teen Buys a House for $12,000 and Turns it Into An Investment Property

She was a landlord at 14 years of age.

Ann Moises



Not all kids in their early teens are keen on saving money for their future. Some who do are either planning to use their hard-earned cash to buy a cool gadget or toy. In fact, it’s rare that we hear of adolescents who work hard early in life so they could acquire a house, a car, or a piece of land NOW.

Well, this young girl is one of them.

She is Willow Tufano from Florida. And no, she’s not an heiress, a celebrity, or a business tycoon’s daughter. She’s just an ordinary girl who's incredibly smart, thrifty, and ambitious.

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