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If you haven`t taken any loan in your ex-husband`s name and no money came to your bank account, then there is no fraud or malafide intent from your end
The girlfriend or your Ex can not prove any fraud charges, from the given input.
If the money went to his bank account, then the logic that he is not aware of the loan does not hold.
If the money came to your acc, then your ex could have said that he is not aware of these joint loans, but when he signed for them and the money got disbursed in his personal account, then he can not say it is a fraud done by you.
In joint loan, all parties become severally or jointly liable for repayment. Credit card debt paid or unpaid by him does not make you liable for fraud .
There can not be any claim of fraud against you if the Loan money is withdrawn in his sole bank account.
You have nothing to worry about.
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It is a civil matter and police would not be interested in this
For initiating a civil claim, he would need evidence, which is lacking here
As it is a civil matter, the police would not help and as there is no evidence, a civil claim can`t be admitted
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No, that does not mean you committed a fraud
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That you have taken a loan in his name and got the money disbursed in your account
Which is not the case here.
Does not matter what he is saying, He just can not initiate a claim and accuse you of fraud
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