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The "Personal Finance" answer to this is (relatively) simple. As Hart CO says in a comment, report her. What she is doing is fraud against you, your siblings, and whoever else is caught up in this - like "your" sub-let tenant at the rented property. But more realistic might be something of an "Interpersonal Skills" answer... ...


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Part of the story here is that Wells Fargo is subject to a $1.95T asset cap (from the Fed following on that 2016 account opening scandal). They have to be choosy about assets as they sit right at that cap ($1.945996T on their last 10-Q). Those personal loans were on their books as assets. The cap means that they are motivated to "free up space" for ...


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Credit limits are a representation of how willing to hand you money a given institution is. While it's tempting to think of your activity and creditworthiness as the only factor in that decision, the company's own situation, and/or expectations of future economic conditions can also inform things. If lender feels that they need to restrict their exposure to ...


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I am in the United States. I have always heard that the maximum score was 850. I have seen stories about how people hit he Maximum score of 850. Over the years each credit card that I had added the feature that showed you your credit score. They tended to agree within one or two points. But then I noticed that one card had a range that went up to 900. The ...


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