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By Anonymous - / Wednesday 1 November 2017 04:00 /
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By  GhostFox  |  33

Well, you know not to trust your fiancée's judgment in regards to her friends now. I'd try to see if you can do anything legally or via the justice system to recover the money or at least have them face charges.

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By  GhostFox  |  33

Well, you know not to trust your fiancée's judgment in regards to her friends now. I'd try to see if you can do anything legally or via the justice system to recover the money or at least have them face charges.

By  joonsson  |  16

Give them one chance to give back the money and pay the rent that’s due, otherwise sue then for the rent and contact the police about the theft. Problem solved. Unless they’re flat broke of course.

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I wouldn't even give them a chance. I would just inform them I'm calling the Police due to their theft. If they were willing to take it and move out behind people's backs, why would they just give it back or admit to anything?

By  chyiochan  |  26

Police report. Not only did they steal from you, they didn't pay their rent. Small claims court for the rent though. Were they on a/your lease, or were they just handing you cash to live there? Get all documentation you can and again, go to the police.

By  ohsnapword  |  18

Honestly, the time you spent writing this FML should have been spent filing a police report. They should be charged with grand larceny.

By  Mungolikecandy  |  12

If they stole money report them to the police. Why keep that amount of money in the house anyway? A bank is safer.

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