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20-02-2016 07:05 #221
20-02-2016 07:08 #222
He clicked on it not knowing what it would do? He's applied for it behind your back to help fund his gambling trip to the US. You have to provide financials, employment details, he's lying to you again.
Don't allow him to turn it around on you. People with nothing to hide, hide nothing. The notion it is your fault is ridiculous. He applied for credit in YOUR name then gets angry you found out?
20-02-2016 07:17 #223
He is just cranky that he got caught and is now sulking. This is not your fault tou did nothing wrong
20-02-2016 07:19 #224Senior Member
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20-02-2016 07:31 #225
I know you ladies are probably sick of hearing my complaints and posts on here ...but it is truly my only outlet ....and I find it at times really helps...
I said to him regardless of if it was a mistake or not he should have said something...the card is only in my name so he knew that I would find out...I don't care how innocent it was it's my credit details that he is ****ing with....
20-02-2016 07:36 #226
Ask him what his reaction would be if he opened an email to find out you had applied for credit in his name and not said a word to him?
I think we all know 100% what his reaction would be.
20-02-2016 07:59 #227Senior Member
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Hi there, please go and see a local community legal centre or legal aid about having this card cancelled. When it all ends you could he the one stuck with this debt...
20-02-2016 08:07 #228
If you do leave, make sure you initiate financial settlement proceedings immediately. Actually it may be a good idea to see a lawyer before you leave and have things set in motion already.
The reason I advise this is because financial settlement is based on your financial position on the day of settlement NOT the day you separate. As he obviously has a problem with finances and will stop at nothing to gain access to money, delaying means that you could find yourself in the incredibly unfortunate position of being responsible for a portion of a large amount of debt he may rack up post separation. I have heard that gambling debt can potentially be quarantined from the settlement, but I would depend on that happening.
20-02-2016 08:24 #229
Well he has made it official now half his pay has been deposited into my account when it is normal all ...so he has made the first step ..m
20-02-2016 08:32 #230
Have you asked him?
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