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    Someone guide me

    Scenario:

    X person has had gambling problems
    X person toke $6,000 home equity loan from bank
    X person tells me to get a metlife piece of mail and tells me not to tell my mom nor open it. (Metlife is life insurance or a loaner)

    WHAT SHOULD I DO? I feel scared he might kill me.

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    Sorry - I don't really understand the scenario or the terms you are using.

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    What the hell?

    We need a slight bit more details on how X is tied to you.


    {what is toke?}

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    Originally posted by J'Pol@18 December 2003 - 22:26
    Sorry - I don't really understand the scenario or the terms you are using.
    I think he means JP that someone he knows(Closely) has taken out an equity loan on his Mums home, unknown to his mum. He/She has also asked him to ensure that his mum does not recieve any letters from the equity company. I think.
    The best way to keep a secret:- Tell everyone not to tell anyone.

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    deny it all. that way your mum shouldnt lose her house if it goes arse up. and tell X to sort themself out or you squeal.

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    well this person is obviously up to no good...so tell your mum and give her the mail.

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    Originally posted by Withcheese@18 December 2003 - 22:31
    well this person is obviously up to no good...so tell your mum and give her the mail.
    I am also assuming that this is a joint ownership, otherwise the person would not be able to get an equity loan.
    The best way to keep a secret:- Tell everyone not to tell anyone.

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    Originally posted by bigboab+18 December 2003 - 23:29--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (bigboab @ 18 December 2003 - 23:29)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-J&#39;Pol@18 December 2003 - 22:26
    Sorry - I don&#39;t really understand the scenario or the terms you are using.
    I think he means JP that someone he knows(Closely) has taken out an equity loan on his Mums home, unknown to his mum. He/She has also asked him to ensure that his mum does not recieve any letters from the equity company. I think. [/b][/quote]
    If this is the case and the person has no beneficial ownership on the property, then they have commited fraud I would have thought.

    They have secured a loan against an asset over which they have no control, with out the permission of the person who actually does own it.

    Do you feel more loyalty towards this person or your Mum, that&#39;s what you really need to ask yourself.

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    It&#39;s a joint bank ownership.

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    Originally posted by Spindulik@18 December 2003 - 17:29
    What the hell?

    We need a slight bit more details on how X is tied to you.


    {what is toke?}
    X is daddy.

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