Homebuyers Give Back Coins Worth $15,000 Hidden and Forgotten in their New Home

These homebuyers have done something very amazing, they returned coins worth of $15,000 that had been hidden and…
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These homebuyers have done something very amazing, they returned coins worth of $15,000 that had been hidden and forgotten in their newly bought home.

The homebuyers bought the new home from a South Carolina couple. Repairs had already been made, and the couple had removed their belongings from the home they had spent the last 32 years of their life. This couple never knew fortune would soon smile at them.

Just a few days after the house was sold, the homebuyers, James and Clarrisa Munford found 50 gold and silver coins that the former owners of the house had hidden and forgotten.

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Under the law, the coins worth $15,000 were now the Munfords’ property, and they had the rights to sell them and pocket the profits, but the Munfrod did otherwise. The Munfords who own Clarrisa’s Kitchen and Catering, in Columbia contacted the sellers and returned the coins hidden inside a built-in drawer in the home.

You reap what you sow, My wife and I spent a great deal of time and effort to ensure that we left our home in excellent condition for the Munfords, and one good deed was certainly returned by another!

the South Carolina couple

The sellers of the home wouldn’t like to disclose their identity but shared this story to bring hope and inspiration to others.

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