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Question for you guys and girls:
me and my wife have split for about 3 months now, she has a new job working for USAA, my bank. The other day we were having a conversation and she asked me "why didn't you tell me you were in an accident?" clearly I didn't want to and I was okay, I just got rear-ended by this chick not paying attention. moving along, now she wouldn't tell me how she found out, knowing the only way for her to find out was access my account, which she did without my permission. I want to call the bank tomorrow of after the holidays and inquiry about this and see if I can get it to where she can't see my account but I understand that she will get in trouble or even fired for this, which is not what I want.
Now my question is, what should I do? what would you do? I do all my banking/loans with USAA.
Just call and say that you've been separated and you want this brought up to their attention as a precaution.
You have a right to do that. They can block the account from her log on info, but no wayt o keep a friend of hers from telling her what's up. Just FYI.
yup that is true and as long as she can do that then she'll be able to see my stuff...gotta move my account until this divorce is final I guess. Thanks
Divorce? Looks to me like she may be trying to monitor your assets, prolly at her lawyer's urging if she's gotten that far. By all means change your account information, and put as strong of access restrictions on it as the bank will allow. Or better yet, move as much as possible to another institution completely. There are usually some pretty good introductory perquisites for "New Money". Shop around for the best deal. In relatively small amounts, begin to accumulate cash, and DO NOT put in it in a safe deposit box. That's accessible by another party in a divorce by law in many places. Do not hide it on your property either.
Thanks, I have already started moving some cash, I don't know much but I do not a little something and she definitely ain't gonna get over me. I have a pretty good lawyer.
Apologize and put it in her butt. This is the only way out of this.
Shove her in trunk.
Drive car off cliff.
Collect insurance check.
Slow and careful on the cash. Don't get into any kind of rhythm.
This made me laugh. It's funny because its true.
Might as well lock up this thread because I don't think you will find better advice than this.
Prolly. If you REALLY want her back, then focus your energy on getting her back. If you don't, THINK don't and focus your energy on making as clean and equitable break as possible. If there no-fault divorce in effect in your state?
Or maybe you jes like to do, but not to do the doo-doo.
Lol... OTR needs more threads like this.
f--- that bitch...she actually don't want a divorce, she thinks she's gonna get over me, haha.
This post was edited by equanole 15 months ago
I would just switch banks that way there's no issue.
USAA is a good bank. Just contact the bank about the intrusion and request that she be blocked from access. She should have not accessed your account.
I did and she doesnt. the only she is on is my car insurance for one of my cars, which she can only see the bill.
I agree with your sentiment. Decide what YOU want, and take/do it. All else is just blether and wind from a donkey's butt. Think about the reasons/issues that caused you to separate at the outset. That should give you part of your answer.
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