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    ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    ‘It’s been five months since the closing, and things are rocky between us. I’m getting pushback when I’ve asked for my share of the proceeds’ . . . At the time of the close, all proceeds were wired to her bank account, which I agreed to because it was just easier. The closing company said they typically don’t split wire transfers and I was OK with that. I thought we were pretty solid and I had no concerns . . . "

    Response from the Moneyist: Nothing happens by accident. Of course, that was easier only for the person who was receiving the funds. It was never going to be easy for the one whose bank account remains empty. You must proceed on that basis. This was not a chance turn of events. It was — regardless of what your girlfriend (or ex-girlfriend) maintains — done with the knowledge that she would hold all the cards. I presume you cleared $200,000 after capital-gains taxes . . . "
    https://www.marketwatch.com/story/i-...?siteid=yhoof2
    From the "Kiss you 50 percent goodbye files" LOL
    You've been rolled, boy, and that cash will be invested in new shoes and foreign vacays! (FYI: You aren't going to be included in the Vacays abroad in search of BBD: new, better, and bigger Bamboo!) Also, remember to take your mask off next time when you eat an ice cream cone!

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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    Life is so much easier when you don't have a vampire looming in the shadows!
    In the beginning, it only ate men, now it's coming for the women and children, and nothing can stop it.

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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    When the hell will dudes learn you cannot trust women?!

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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    If guys in this day and age doing stupid shit like this all I can say is:



    This would NEVER happen to a MGHOW. It just isn't possible.

    And I'm sorry, but my sympathy for dumb-ass moves like this has long passed.
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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    Quote Originally Posted by FangBlade View Post
    When the hell will dudes learn you cannot trust women?!
    Ya, the power of pussy!!!!

    One more man has just been introduced to TRP, will he take this opportunity to learn more or will he discount it as a bad experience and stick with TBP indoctrination of his youth?

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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    I would have pulled this out.
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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    Call it a very expensive education tuition for CYA 101. When there's money involved, especially when a woman will be controlling it, never trust anyone to do the right thing. When there's $100k involved, that matter has my attention and regardless of who is involved I'll make damn sure I stay on top of it. And 'pretty solid'.....yeah I'd make double sure precautions were taken.

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    Re: ‘I thought we were pretty solid’: My girlfriend and I sold our home. The $200k profit was wired to her account. She refuses to give me my fair share

    Whores never give money to johns. Even if (as in this case) it's business. It grates against their very being. A whore handing money to a john would be like a wife letting her husband chill and relax at home. They can't do it. It's against the natural order of things.


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