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Hi all


help over fraud with TSB and other stuff



Got a problem and here goes (maybe some can give me some good advice)


All started about 6months ago, what happened was we had my mother in-law live with us, as she had just left her partner.


Well after a few months we found out she was lying to me and my wife, and had stole money form us (only £40 from house) And had been planning to get back to her ex partner. So she had just used us for all that time, (many other things happened) so in the end my wife kicked her out of home.



Only problem is she is mad (does have mental problems) and is now making all sorts of story's up, and lying to even more to people including the police now


In the end she has tried to have me and my wife arrested for theft by telling the police that the furniture she had stored in the garage when she left her partner while living with us, yet she was saying we had took and these items she had no knowledge, lol


good news is the police say we have nothing to worry about, as this is a civil matter, and they know they have lied, due to having different statements, and she has already lied on one statement.


then she said to the police that I assaulted her partner, as he came to my home to attacked me, and I used reasonable force to stop him.


police say i have nothing to answer to, as i used reasonable force, and she has already made 2 different statements, which shows she has been lying. so thats good news, as they have busted her. Also her partners statement is different to her statement.



and the next thing is she paid us back money only about £3000 with bank transfer through TSB as we both bank with TSB.


the money was for rent since she lived with us (5 months worth) money we had lent her (cash) and for items i had brought for her with my credit card, as she did not have one, and did not like using the internet to buy items.


after she had paid this, she then set up a standing order to pay us £100 a week rent and for food, this was for only a month.


but now she has told the police that she had no knolwge, and I did this all, and she did not pay us ,and did not set up the mandate,so she is claiming its fraud. the police have told her to report to bank, and let them interstage


only question is , what will happen ? what can i do ? can people make these lies up and would banks believe her ?


what steps should i take ? as i can not prove that i lent her money, etc etc


but the money was paid to us some 6 weeks before we kicked her out, and the mandate of £100 was in force 5 weeks before we kicked her out.


she has only done this to try and cause us upset


what can the police do about her lying on statements ? and what can i do about the stress over the lies ?


also can the bank freeze my account , and take the money out ?


any help would be great



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Hi Sorry for your tale of woe. Can you not go to the branch where she setup these standing orders? I would have thought that they would have had a record of the date and time plus who applied. I know they take photos on CCTV of these sort of transactions. The police regard this as civil matters (they don't want additional work!) Some Solicitors offer Criminal investigation services. maybe worth a thought?

Its always a problem when you try an help family members and they stab you in the back for your effort - Can you not get her sectioned (for your saftey?) Hope you get sorted.

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