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By you fucking idiot - / Thursday 19 December 2013 17:20 / United States - Union
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I never did get it why people fall for this shit. I mean, ok you're gullible, but if the guy really had all the wealth, why the hell would he want to share it?? Mainly talking about the Nigerian prince (which they don't even have royalty) scam which actually got a guy in the Navy imprisoned for embezzling and sending over $250,000! Fuck's sake...

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Yeah it happens. My aunt sAw an ad for a job and applied for it thinking it was real. The people sent her an email and fake application. They told her she had to send them $2000 so they could buy the material she'd need for the job and then send it to her but they would send her a check and she'd need to cash it and then send them the money. So she did just that. She then received a phone call from the back saying the check had no funds in it or something like that. So now she's in debt with the bank. It sucks :/

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Correct. Divorce over one stupid mistake is the only option. I'm glad we have such clever 17-year old kids who know so much about mature relationships giving advice here.

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Actually, the husband made an important financial decision without the OP, and it was presumably their joint bank account. This goes beyond stupidity and I do think divorce would be a suitable way of dealing with this. Clearly he has no concept of being in an equal partner relationship.

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Deloria - How long have you been married? If the answer is "never", then you have no basis nor right to give such stupid advice. Spouses make financial decisions alone all the time. We don't buy houses without our spouse's consent. What the husband did was stupid, but this isn't a "large" decision.

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It really just depends on if wasting large amounts of house funds is a habit of his. If this was a one time stupid mistake then divorce isn't necessarily the answer. But if he is habitually wasteful with their money to the point that it affects their financial stability... something like this could be the final straw. Money is one of the leading causes of divorce for a reason.

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