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Stbx might have been accessing my accounts onl ine

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25 Aug 12 #351870 by Elphie
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Do I need to worry? He hasn''t taken money out, but has made comments that he has copies of my savings accounts statements. I don''t know how, as they are online only, so I''m assuming he has logged on as me to my online banking and printed himself out copies.
I have now changed my password, didn''t think he''s ever taken enough notice to know my password.
But it doesn''t really matter, does it? I mean, I''ve already submitted copies of those same statements with my form E anyway. It''s just creeped me out, so I pm looking for reassurance. Probably his intention, just to creep me out. Mind games.

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25 Aug 12 #351871 by leanng
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you need to check he hasn''t changed any of your personal details address tel no''s etc...

mine changed address to his...

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25 Aug 12 #351872 by LittleMrMike
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Well, I suppose it depends on your husband. He might well not be the sort of person who would do things like that.

I think you were right to change your password, and indeed make sure that he can''t get access to your computer.

Probably belt and braces, but still, I''d advise it.

LMM

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25 Aug 12 #351881 by James53
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May be it was a suble way of telling you that he put key logging software on your computer. In which case having the password to your bank account is the least of your problems.

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25 Aug 12 #351883 by Elphie
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That''s a good point leanng, I''ll go check them.

He''s the sort of person that comes in the marital home when he knows I''m not there, looks for my rings (I''d hidden my rings, rightly or wrongly) takes the engagement ring and returns the rest to their hiding place and says nothing about it to me, until I realise for myself. So yes, I''m sure he,s also the sort of person who would change my details if the thought occurred to him.

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25 Aug 12 #351885 by Elphie
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:unsure:what''s key logging software? I mainly use an iPad - does that have this key logging software?

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25 Aug 12 #351907 by James53
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I am not sure about ipads but it records all the key strokes entered on a computer.

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