So why does the bank need to know our marital status anyway?
So why does the bank, having demanded we tell them our marital status, get it wrong and write 'de facto' in our contract, despite us ticking 'married' in the box in the application?
And where is the 'registered civil partnership' box, if they are really concerned with our status as registered with the government or not?
Is there really no one at the bank who is married but has a different surname to their partner?
And despite us always putting my name first on the forms, as the main breadwinner, why is my name always always below the husband's name on the versions that come back?
And apparently no one has read Anne of Green Gables, because they cannot spell a person's name right.