...it's not his fault but

Philippines
March 11, 2012 12:43am CST
I nearly got scammed when somebody posed as my best friend and tried to scam me for money. I immediately asked my best friend bout this and he denied it. I was thoroughly convinced by this imposter because this impostor knew my relationship with my friend and he knows his family as well. Upon discovery, I haven't talked to my friend about the issue since it raises some trust issue sin me. I know that it is not his fault but I have a nagging suspicion in my head that I may be exploited once again Am I too paranoid about this? Should I open it up with my friend?
3 responses
@chicgale (2982)
• Philippines
11 Mar 12
I think you talk to your friend about it coz if it wasn't your friend, at least your friend will be aware of it.
@choybel (5059)
• Philippines
11 Mar 12
I believe that it would be best if you cleared this out with your friend once and for all. It's better to have this kinds of feeling out than be bothersome and a cause for something unwanted in the future. It is important to know the truth, that way you decide if he/she can remain as your friend.
@donsky14 (5963)
• Philippines
11 Mar 12
Yes I think you should...so that your friend would be aware that someone is trying to pose as him. And I'm pretty sure your friend would understand.