Now I'm not saying that isn't smart, but isn't that insurance fraud IF you get caught?
@Hellboi, And the thing is you will mostly likely be caught since many places have cameras monitoring the parking lot and the other person will have an alibi of being somewhere else
@Hellboi, technically no. It would just be a hit and run. Unless, in the note, you claimed to be the person on the buisness card and wrote down their insurance info. Otherwise, technically all you're going is leaving a note saying "sorry."
@50SEVEN, exactly. For all they know it could have been a random passerby who put the card there as condolences
*Saves my own business card*
@ImNotRacistBut, you’re doing it all wrong!
@megamanx181x, That's not how this works! That's not how any of this works!
@Funny Pics Janitor, right???
Why do you need a business card? Just write that shït on a scrap of paper. Hell, you don’t even have to hit a car. Just kick the mirror off.
@x2 6x 9 lol, why even do anything?... just leave the piece of paper saying sorry I hit your car and that person is going to go around their car over and over and over again trying to figure out where is the damage
@seeUpee, because you’re trying to get the other person in trouble.
So you’re adding fraud and planting evidence (possibly with your fingerprints/dna) at the scene of a hit and run.
“That’s the evilest thing I can imagine.” -Mojo Jojo
So petty, I like it