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Wallet found in la Tania

 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
A posting on Facebook ski club forum has just been posted. A wallet has been found belonging to Stuart Empson in La Tania. Not sure if he is on here but he’s not on the Facebook forum. Hopefully it can get reunited
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
If the wallet contains bank cards, the finder could contact the bank and ask them to pass on their contact details to the card holder. If still in resort, chance of reuniting it.

Bank cards will probably have been cancelled, but any other items can be returned.

I know banks have different rules, but I did this recently. It had a Student Union card, and I contacted them to pass my details onto the owner. She rang me the following day, and collected that evening. Unfortunately, she had already cancelled her cards, (Polish, so had to get them sent to home address, then forwarded) but got driving licence and other personal stuff back.
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