By Anonymous - 14/09/2020 20:01
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Sadly, if he had any full permissions to use a shared account, what he did was legal (I did this myself to me and my ex-wifes account when I found out she was cheating on me while she was at work). The kicker I did was pull all the money right after her job deposited her income check digitally, screwing her by withdrawing all $3300 of the account and shutting it down. Interesting talk I had with the bank manager while he tried to find out if what I was doing was illegal or against bank rules. My Ex wasn’t very smart. I walked away with EVERYTHING in the divorce. All property, money, cars, etc. held a party with friends and burned all her clothes in a bonfire (yup, took that too! I had bought all the Victoria Secret underwear with MY credit card, so technically, it was mine to do with as I pleased). Sorry this happened, but may I suggest making his life a living hell by suing his ass?
it's always better to break things off before an extended absence. none of my battle buddies were able to make a long distance relationship work. I just leads to hurt feelings because someone always cheats. it's hard to resist when you're lonely, especially if you're worried the other is probably cheating anyway