I had borrowed this laptop from my school University in 2013.
I never returned it, maybe because other than emails (automatic), I never received phone calls or anything that says I have to return it.
But I've been getting an automated email for 2 years now, (I guess they don't clear their inventory at the end of the year).
I want to return the laptop and would gladly pay any fines because I never intended to keep it, I just forgot about it.
I don't want to be perceived wrongly. What can I do?
Most Helpful Guy
No, this is not a theft but then your action wasn't right either, okay that person never called but I think you should have taken the responsibility to call or contact that person through any means possible, so that wasn't 100% right on your part. However you weren't wrong either, you might have thought the owner of the laptop himself/herself is not bothered so why should I care?
Yes, so that was normal thinking on your part, maybe you were just waiting for them to contact you, so you are not wrong at all. It's just natural, I think you are still waiting.
Hence don't worry, I would call this as theft.0
Most Helpful Girl
If you don't mind the fines, just return it. Just tell them the truth.0