Hopewell, VA asked in Civil Litigation, Collections and Identity Theft for Virginia

Q: Proving fraud in garnishment case

A credit card was opened in my name in may 2005 when i was 17 and still living with my parent. I had no knowledge of this credit card until 3 weeks ago when my checks started being garnished before my court hearing.i contacted the collection agancy and they were supposed to send me fraud paperwork 3 weeks ago and i havent received anything and i live locally. What do i need to bring with me to my court hearing to prove fraud.

1 Lawyer Answer
F. Paul Maloof
F. Paul Maloof
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: You should bring evidence of your age in 2005 when the credit card was opened.

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