Boss, Your Wife is Asking for A Divorce, Again!

Chapter 75



Chapter 75

Chapter 75

Sonia pondered for a few seconds. “For now, go negotiate with the presidents of these banks and see if
they’re

willing to change their minds. Also, use that as an opportunity to get a grasp on whether Titus is the one
pulling

the strings.”

“Okay,” Daphne answered. Seemingly having thought of something, she asked, “Should I report this to
President

Lane?”

“No.” Sonia shook her head. “Charles will be busy running his own company. I don’t want to bother him.”

“Alright.”

After Daphne left, Rebecca from the finance department came. “President Reed, what’s going on? I got a
few calls from multiple banks. They’re urging us to repay our loans immediately. Haven’t we just gotten
them? Why are they telling us to pay when it’s not even time yet?” Rebecca questioned as she walked
up to Sonia’s desk.

Sonia pinched the bridge of her nose. “Can’t you see that we’re being targeted?”

“By who?” Rebecca slammed her palm on the desk.

A chilly glint fleeted across Sonia’s gaze. “I suspect Titus is behind this, but I have no evidence yet.”

“That will have to wait. We need to prioritize solving the crisis regarding our capital. The main funds that
are

supporting the operation of Paradigm Co. consist of the loans from those banks. The company will fall
into

bankruptcy the moment we return the money to the banks.” Rebecca sounded irritated.

Sonia pulled her lips into a thin line. Of course I’m aware of the graveness of the situation.

“President Reed.” A knock came from the door again.

When Sonia glanced in its direction, she saw Daphne standing there while shaking her head regretfully.
“I already

tried negotiating with the banks. Those that have yet to offer a loan refused to do that no matter how I
tried to

convince them, whereas those that already loaned us money were adamant about us repaying our loans.
What should we do, President Reed?”

Sonia clenched her fist before raising yet another question. “Did they tell you if Titus is behind this?”

“Nope. I did ask, but none of them gave a clear response. It was as if they were fearing something,”
Daphne replied.

“These are national banks. As the presidents of these banks, they have no reason to fear the owner of a
private

company.” Rebecca furrowed her brows.

Sonia narrowed her eyes. “Unless it’s not Titus, but a government official who ordered them to do so.”

“President Reed, have you somehow offended any government officials?” Rebecca questioned solemnly.

At a loss, Sonia shook her head. “I have no idea.” She had to deal with an official from a relevant
department

because of the plot of land. However, she didn’t recall ever offending that official.

“Forget about it. We’ll think about that later. President Reed, we need to solve the crisis regarding our
funding right now,” Rebecca reminded.

Sonia shut her eyes in exhaustion. “Daphne, contact the presidents of the banks that already lent us the
loans. Tell them I will buy them a meal at Universal Hotel.” I’ll have to give up on the banks that have yet
to offer us a loan. However, I need to convince those that already offered us their loans to change their
minds, or else Paradigm Co.

will be done for

“Sure.” Daphne nodded.

Then, Sonia glanced at Rebecca. “Arrange the documents for the loans and come with me.”

“Okay,” Rebecca answered.

An hour later, they arrived at Universal Hotel. Belonging to Fuller Group, it was the only seven-star hotel
in Seafield. The simplest meal there could easily cost a normal family a year’s worth of their income, not
to

mention that Sonia had booked a private room to treat the presidents to a lavish meal that consisted of
exquisite

culinaries.

Since Sonia had shown her sincerity by providing the presidents with such deluxe treatment, they knew
they had

to at least disclose something to her. Therefore, they finally told her that the person who was targeting
her was a

Stryder.

“President Reed, from what I gather, there’s only one prestigious family with that surname, and it’s the
Stryder

Family in Norfolk,” Rebecca whispered into Sonia’s ear while leaning close to her.

Sonia tightened her grip on her wine glass with a morose look on her pretty face. “It’s Melody Stryder.”
Although she didn’t have a feud with the Stryders, she did have a minor disagreement with Melody
before.

“I knew it. But why is she doing this? Could it be because of what happened when you were playing
cards last

time?” Rebecca surmised.

Sonia took a sip out of her wine, her face devoid of expression. “Perhaps.”

“Isn’t she being a little too petty if that is the case?” Rebecca smirked. “Besides, Melody is poking her
nose where

she is unwelcomed. How dare she, the daughter of a prestigious family in Norfolk, interfere with affairs in
Seafield? President Reed, I’ll go make a call.”

“Yeah.” Sonia agreed to it with a nod.

After getting up and leaving the room, Rebecca found a quiet spot to make a call.

“Say whatever you need to say!” A gruff voice came through the line.

Rebecca rolled her eyes. “Old man, I heard that the higher-ups intend to have the Hayes Family crack
down on the Stryders because of how cocky they have been as of late. However, they never got to take
action because

they haven’t gotten a suitable excuse to do so. Is this true?”

“Why do you ask?” The man seemed impatient.

“So I guess the rumors are true.” Rebecca lit a cigarette that she retrieved from her pocket to puff on it. “I
called to bring you some good news, of course. Matthew Stryder’s granddaughter, Melody Stryder, is
currently in Seafield, and had used her family’s influence to interfere with the operations of the banks in
Seafield in an . attempt to give my boss a hard time. What about you crack down on the Stryders using
this as an excuse?”

The man’s eyes lit up. “This is good news indeed. Not even Matthew was allowed to interfere with the
politics in other regions back when he was still the head of the family. His granddaughter sure has some
guts to break the

taboo.”

“She sure does. She’s also stupid enough to give us something that could be used as leverage against
her family” Rebecca mocked after puffing out some smoke.

The last time when they were playing cards, Melody had offended her once, so she used the info she
had of the

Stryders to give them some trouble. This time around, Melody basically dug her own grave by getting her
entire

family into trouble. Rebecca couldn’t help but chuckle at the thought of it.
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Meanwhile, the man frowned. “What are you laughing at, you damned brat? How’s progress with the
search for

the young master?”

The smile on Rebecca’s face faded as she roared, “How dare you even mention that? You told me that
the young master had spent some time in Jordain County, but I found nothing when I got there! How am I
supposed to

make any progress?”

The man choked on his words. “Alright, stop yelling at me. Just make sure to find the young master as
soon as possible. The old master doesn’t have much time left.”

“I get it,” Rebecca replied reluctantly. After ending the call, she snubbed the cigarette and headed back
to the

private room.

While nearing the entrance, she saw the presidents of the banks coming out from within the room. Sonia
saw them off from behind with a smile on her face. However, Rebecca noticed that her smile seemed
forced, and

there was a hint of melancholy to it.

“President Reed.” Rebecca spoke after the others left. “How did the negotiations go?”

Sonia wheeled around to sit down on the chair in the room. “I failed. They refuse to continue with the
loan.

However, I did get a three-day concession, during which Paradigm Co. is supposed to repay all of its
loans.”

“Three days…” Rebecca smiled. “That works!”

“What do you mean?” Sonia gazed at her in confusion.

Rebecca answered merrily, “Don’t you worry, President Reed. I can guarantee that the banks will stop
collecting debt from you after three days, and those that have yet to offer the company a loan will
approve of it, because the Stryders will soon be in big trouble.”

Upon noticing the cheerful look on Rebecca’s face, Sonia had a realization. “You pulled some strings,
didn’t you?”

Rebecca merely smiled without saying anything.

Still, Sonia was certain that she had to be someone prominent. The phone call she went out to make
earlier must

be the key to everything. Upon reaching that conclusion, Sonia stood to bow at Rebecca.

Taken aback by Sonia’s sudden gesture, Rebecca got up. “What are you doing, President Reed?”


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