Okay, here’s the scenario: Guy A and Guy B are good friends. Guy A just bought a new house. The house doesn’t have a furnace in the garage and he really wants one. The contract on his house included an appliance protection clause, stating that if his furnace (or any other appliance) goes south in the 1st year, it will be replaced. He has a friend in the furnace business that will give his furnace an artificial “last rights” so he can get the money and purchase a new furnace for his garage.
I know this is bad. This is stealing. But Guy B doesn’t seem to think it’s so bad because “the insurance will cover it.” Guy B is wrong, but should I blow off Guy B for not taking a harder stand, even though he’s not doing anything wrong…just condoning it?