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Expert Q&A: Is My Boyfriend a Credit Card Thief?

 
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June 3, 2011
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QDear Credit Guide,
What would you do if you found someone else’s credit cards in your boyfriend’s wallet? They are his ex-girlfriends cards. And he already went to jail for burglary, and when he was a minor he was in jail for vandalism and disorderly conduct. He is 21 now. I am 19. Anne

ADear Anne,
What would I do? Well, first I’d scream, and second I’d run. Then I suppose I’d grab my phone and text him from afar: I mean, why waste real words or letters on this loser?

Look, Anne, there is simply no good reason on the planet that this guy should be in the possession of another person’s credit cards. None. That they are the property of his former girlfriend only makes the situation more chilling. Clearly he’s willing to exploit even someone close to him. His long and confirmed history of illegal behavior locks this case up tight.

This is what I think you should do: Ask Erica

1. Send a message (I’d do this anonymously, but I’m a little cowardly when it comes to the criminal types) to the girl who might be missing her credit cards that