Post # 1
Do you have another person’s fb/mail passwords, ATM/cards pin etc? Your SO’s, brother’s/ sister’s..? A friend’s? Not every password is of the same importance of course and it doesn’t necessarily mean something for each relationship.. Has it ever happened to know someone’s passwords or to trust someone with yours? Did you regret it or not?
Post # 2
I think I know my SO’s pin, and he mine, simply because of drive thru ATMs and drive thru windows. As for other passwords, I have none of his and he has none of mine. Nor would I give them to him unless he had a good reason for wanting them – I’m incredibly protective of my passwords simply because they’re ultra strong passwords and took a long time to dream up.
In past I had many passwords of my one ex’s because he was a cheaty-cheater and couldn’t be trusted. In an attempt to regain my trust, he was willing to give me the passwords, and then just signed up for new secret accounts *eye roll*.
My last ex and I shared a home, so many of the bills were in my name and thus, he was given access to the online account for internet and cable. Boy did I regret that later. When we broke up, I had to change everything that used that password, just to be safe. While he’s not a vindictive kind of guy (and I doubt he remembers the password), it was a bitch to have to get rid of a perfectly good, secure password from all the shared accounts. I no longer use that password which is such a shame, cause it was a good one.
Post # 3
lol its so hard to dream up unbreakable passwords then change em!<br />he knows my fone password n I his, cuz we like to google alot and whoevers fone is closest!
Post # 4
I know all of my DHs passwords and some of my best friends.
Post # 5
Amerie27: Fun fact – 16 O’s in a row is one of the most secure passwords you can have (clearly no good for your bank card, phone pin, etc). I assume it would be the same for any letter of the alphabet but you won’t find a more secure password than that! 😀
Post # 6
I know my brothers, mom’s, and DH’s. Mostly because I was the one that helped them set everything up. I’ve never been asked for mine, but it depends on who it is.
Post # 7
Fiance and I both have LastPass accounts and know the master password to eachother’s so we each have full access to every single one of our passwords on every site known to man. We also know our pins.
But other than him, I trust no one.
Post # 8
I know all of DH’s pins/passwords to everything. I also know all of my moms/stepdads passwords to most things [including pin numbers], as well as a few coworkers passwords to things [mainly email].
Post # 9
I know my Fiance password and pin. And my mom’s and my sisters pin, i think. Because i dont really use them, i might have forgotten them….
Post # 10
sweetis: I do.
A little Public Service Announcement for people – I used to work for a bank, this used to happen all the time. Never ever admit that your spouse knows your pin or uses your card. Never admit that you have your spouses card. Even on joint accounts, the cards are issued to the person. As soon as you say you’ve shared a card you open yourself to be liable for fraud if it were to happen.
Post # 11
I know his PIN since that’s how I buy things, and I know only one of his passwords. He doesn’t know my PIN since he never uses my card (I never use it, either) but he does know a majority of my passwords.
Post # 12
- Wedding: March 2014 - A castle
The only passwords we don’t know are each other’s work things, because it would be pointless for us to know those.
Post # 13
I know every one of his passwords and pin to his card. Even his social hahah. I fill stuff out for him most of the time cause my hand writing is neater. And I use all his accounts every now and then and use his phone when it’s closer or mines dead. It’s just convenient to us. We have nothing to hide from each other and it’d be complicated to make him put his password in every time I use his facebook or ebay or phone or anything.
Post # 14
sweetis: Yes, my husband and I have each others, but lord, we can never remember them. Despite the fact that they are usually something similiar with all of our accounts, I have to sit and really think what his are. I have enough passwords of my own to remember, let alone his ha. We usually just stayed signed in to whatever we used last.
Post # 15
Yeah we are pretty much open books in this aspect.
We know each other’s pins because we are always borrowing each other’s cards for things (obviously yeah, just don’t tell the bank that haha).
As for passwords we each have a set of about 5 passwords that we use for the various accounts. I know his 5 and he knows mine. So even though I might not know exactly what password he uses for what I could get in if I needed to.