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Woman outraged after discovering husband’s secret financial move: ‘He literally stole from you’

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A recently married woman discovered her husband stole her credit cards.

She asked for help on Reddit’s “Am I the A******” forum. Her husband of three months opened her mail and used her credit cards. She had already told him not to use them, but he went ahead anyway. Now she is unsure if she can trust him. 

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“My husband of three months opened my mail and used my credit cards without my consent,” the woman explained. “[W]e had agreed not to use them (and certainly I didn’t agree for him to take them without my knowledge). He opened my mail and used them without telling me. Now I don’t trust him about things and I’m questioning other issues that he hasn’t seemed upfront about. When I asked to see proof of some other things (like a supposed court case he was filing with lawyers) he told me he’s upset that I don’t trust him. Am I wrong to be suspicious now?” 

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Reddit users thought the husband’s behavior was a red flag.

“He literally stole from you,” one user said

“He is not trustworthy at all,” another wrote

“Stole and committed mail fraud. Opening someone else’s mail is a big deal,” someone added.

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