Brooklyn, MD asked in Civil Litigation, Contracts, Mergers & Acquisitions and Tax Law for Virginia

Q: I have recently been robbed of my gift tax inheitence. I have retrieved documents from the tax department recently.

my exhusband forged my documents in 2013. he altered the employer id number and stole the financials using the incorrect years to file them and sold it to google for an award. in 2017 my devices kept having all these wierd things coming up. i just thought it was spam. next thing i know i seen an amy doucette, tech giants, shareholders, irs, and social security on my phone removing my financials from the irs and a sole irrevocable benificiary changed into a third party benificiary. i didnt know what it was or what happend at that time however, my uncles x wife cloned my phone with an apple iphone and my data was transferred and cellphone went blank. had no data at all locked at the boot. i got another phone. i since learned that my data was transferred to the creative commons and they used an avast antivirus to encrypt my data remotely. i cant do anything because all my information is public and accounts stolen. my csv is locked in a dumpster project and my identity is being deleted

1 Lawyer Answer

F. Paul Maloof

Answered
  • Alexandria, VA
  • Licensed in Virginia

A: This sounds like a criminal case. You need to call the federal or state prosecutors to make a complaint. I do not handle your type of case. Sorry.

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