Last week my wife said the stock was going down and wanted to invest but I didn’t let her.
My wife and I have been married for three years and have a baby boy who just turned six months old. The wife is not working yet, staying at home to raise the children. Every month I send my wife about 10 million VND with living expenses for her to spend and save for a house.
Last week, my wife said the stock was going down and wanted to invest but I didn’t let her. Because I worked far away, my wife held all my savings books, so I withdrew 250 million VND and borrowed more than 30 million VND from my wife’s sister to invest. Before I could invest in stocks, my wife was registered by scammers to buy foreign stocks, took pictures of both sides of her visa card, which contained more than 280 million, and now all her money was withdrawn.
My wife didn’t dare to say anything, so she told me a few days later. I thought a lot, I loved my wife but I regretted the money the couple had accumulated over the past three years, including our dowry and wedding money. Now the couple is empty-handed and owes his wife’s sister more than 30 million VND. Maybe I love and pamper my wife too much? It is a headache.
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