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Mum takes my money without asking!!! watch

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    WTF, If she'd asked, fair enough, I probably would of said yes. BUT I EVEN SPECIFICLY TOLD HER NOT TO ****ING TOUCH MY MONEY IN THE MORNING.

    She already owes me around £200, now £250.

    How should I go about getting this money back?
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    Why don't you put your money in a bank???...
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    Why don't you put your money in a bank???...
    this.

    why on earth do you have cash lying about. just ask for the money back, or slowly steal it back.
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    Why don't you put your money in a bank???...
    It was she took my card (she knows my pin because she opened the 'pin letter' when it first arrived) And she took my card while I was sleeping this morning.

    NOW I'M VENTING SOME ANGER ON HERE
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    Change your pin, hide your card.
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    Take money from her.
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    What a whore....
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    Change your pin...
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    Change your pin? And ask her politely not to, don't yell at her like it sounds like you did.
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    Change pin. Problem solved.
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    Put the card in another place and then change pin. Job done.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    It was she took my card (she knows my pin because she opened the 'pin letter' when it first arrived) And she took my card while I was sleeping this morning.

    NOW I'M VENTING SOME ANGER ON HERE
    You can change your pin at any cash machine.

    Just put it in the bank so she can't gain access to it.
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    (Original post by supernova92)
    Change your pin...
    There's no point in changing the pin, she always opens my letters and I'm never around when the post arrives!

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    I've tried hiding my card but she always sniffs it out.
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    Well, yeah. She still has to pay me for last week.
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    Hid yo' pin, hide yo' card, cos she stealing everything up in here.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's no point in changing the pin, she always opens my letters and I'm never around when the post arrives!

    You don't get a PIN letter if you change it at the cash machine.
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    (Original post by Anonymous)
    There's no point in changing the pin, she always opens my letters and I'm never around when the post arrives!

    :rolleyes: correct me if I'm wrong, but i swear you can change your pin at an ATM machine?
    Also, haev you spoken to her about it at alll? Why is she doing it? Does she actually NEED the money? If she does you could say you're willling to help out, and that she doesn't need to steal from you..
    How old are you, could you move out?
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    (Original post by Delaney)
    You don't get a PIN letter if you change it at the cash machine.
    Doesn't a card get swallowed if the pin is entered wrong an 'x' number of times?

    Cause that is what would happen if I did change it.
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    (Original post by *Dreaming*)
    Why don't you put your money in a bank???...
    This!

    Or just... Don't leave it lying around?!
 
 
 
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