Q: Foreclosure,check fraud,SNAP fraud,credit cards open.Family member took advantage of grandmother. She's out 25,000+HELP
Family member was caregiver for grandmother was supposed to pay mortgage,bills.. Never paid mortgage. grandmother will lose house foreclosure, she's out $20,000. Family member left grandmother bank account $0. Grandmother's social security check went into bank account&stimulus checks we don't know where any of that money went. Open credit cards in grandmother name. Got state food stamps benefits didn't report her husband income. I have proof he works. Family member Signed my grandmother's name on grandfather pension checks. Went to state police their doing nothing said need civil rights attorney. My grandmother has low income&NO ONE TO HELP!!What can be done. Does this Family member just get away with this???? my grandmother will have to foreclosure on house? I have stuff from cc company saying Family member added herself as user on accts.I have her husband paystub showing proof of income snap benefits fraud. I have pension checks signing my grandmother's name, ck cashed money took
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