Trying to live because they follow me around 24/7
My ex-boyfriend linked his cashapp cards to my account without my approval or knowledge. It turned out to be a very abusive relationship 911 was called 9 times either by me or my neighbors and was not allowed to get my mail. I never saw any bank statements until a couple of months before he was... Read more »
I’ve contacted the retailer and they took 27 days to respond to my email and they said they opened an investigation. They seem to not be in any rush with this.
I would like to stress that this is a MAJOR US retailer.
Other customers’ information just started popping up into my... Read more »
answered on Apr 23, 2022
You very well may have a claim for this data breach which could result in compensation to you. A complaint would likely need to be filed against the retailer in order to make sure the flaw in their software is fixed. You should contact a lawyer in Georgia as soon as possible to explore this matter... Read more »
My identity was stolen and used for business fraud. Also issues worth the epa and dtsc.
answered on Oct 10, 2021
A Georgia attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. Your post is very brief and it could be difficult for someone to figure out what kind of attorney you're looking for. You could try reposting (don't include personal information - this is a public forum),... Read more »
FINANCIAL CARD FRAUD 16-9-33
The woman charged was tricked into using it under instruction of her boyfriend who was responsible for finding my wallet
answered on Oct 3, 2021
This depends on several factors. However, contacting the prosecutor's office and letting them know that you don't want her to be charged is a first step. You can request to fill out a non-prosecution affidavit, but ultimately it is up to the prosecution to determine if they will dismiss... Read more »
If I pay the card ofd then turn myself in will it help
answered on Aug 9, 2021
It will be up to the discretion of a judge if they permit bond. However, your alleged crime is not one that poses substantial risk of physical harm to others, so it is likely they would let you bond out, unless you have prior charges other than identity theft.
With regard to turning... Read more »
A friend of mine had a text from Zelle (aka Synovus Bank) regarding a suspicious transaction. They asked personal questions, in which he answered. Within 6 minutes they transfered over $7,000! He disputed it with the bank in which there turned down. He also reported it to the police with the name... Read more »
answered on Aug 6, 2021
You should go to the bank directly and speak with the branch President and explain what happened and see if they can reverse the charges. If the number on your caller ID is a Synovus Bank number, they may be more inclined to investigate the matter and possibly reverse the charges.
If I have a bank account in my name and my ex is a sub person on the account but her checks are direct deposited to my account and I close the account due to her hacking in and changing all of my information on my bank account where I could no longer get into my account. As well as my emails and... Read more »
answered on Jan 16, 2020
It would depend greatly on what you mean by “hacking in” to determine whether you have a cause of action. If she is/was also an authorized account user, she would be/is legally permitted to make changes to the account. However, if she has defrauded you or misappropriated/stolen funds, you may... Read more »
I couldnt find my puppies when they got loose but i can hear them whining at my neighbors,and everytime i call for them its like they take them inside,and they have pitbulls so i dont know what to do,what can i do about them keeping my puppies? Or if they dont give them back?
answered on Nov 22, 2019
Have you called the police? If you have and they classified it as a civil matter, you will need to sue your neighbors for taking your property. It is best to contact an attorney as soon as possible for the safety and well-being of your puppies.
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The person who deposited the check in my account forged my signature. The loan was for $901.70.
answered on Jun 25, 2019
Yes. Why? Because you are the only person who has (or had) the $901.70. Surely you do not expect any bank on this planet to eat money just because you accepted a fraudulent check? No; they are making you eat your own money.
THIS IS THE RENTAL AGREEMENT FORM ATTACHED TO THIS E-MAIL WHICH I WILL ADVICE YOU TO READ VERY WELL BECAUSE THIS IS WHAT WILL CONSTITUTE THE BASIS OF OUR CONTRACT...
AFTER READING THIS AND YOU ARE OKAY WITH THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS, THEN YOU CAN PROCEED WITH THE PAYMENT WHICH... Read more »
answered on May 27, 2019
Your question is very hard to read because IT IS IN ALL CAPS; and the facts are very confusing as well. I suggest you sit down in a quiet place and compose a more coherent question.
Officers, stop a car and the driver provides a license that is a friend's license.
answered on Aug 22, 2018
The person was in possession of 19 so called fraudulent credit cards but never used them
answered on Aug 7, 2018
Possession of a forged card is a crime if there was intent to defraud someone. The use of the card is an additional crime of financial transaction card fraud, also a felony.
answered on May 8, 2018
Typically, people only use one name. If someone is using two names to be deceptive or commit fraud, then that would not be proper. If you are concerned she is doing something to damage your name and credit speak with an attorney. -Homer P. Jordan IV, Esq. 404-620-1558 HomerJordan.com
What do i do? Can i sue them especially if i know that person.
answered on Nov 16, 2017
your problem is likely with the credit reporting agency. You need a consultation with a lawyer who handles cases under the Fair Credit Reporting Act.
Debt collectors are still harassing me via phone and letter over a cell phone bill that belonged to my mother. The company that issued the collection claims the account was in my name, however I was just an added line on to my mothers account. I also was a minor when my phone plan was added on to... Read more »
answered on Oct 4, 2017
from the sound of your email you have a very solid case. You need a lawyer to represent you. You should not pay anything. You have claims for invasion of privacy and likely, the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act. Search the internet or contact my office if you'd like.
The person in question was just released from jail on drug and gun charges.
answered on Apr 7, 2017
Possibly so, but the circumstances of the event will determine that. For example, if the person claimed being an attorney to convince you to send him/her money to settle a lawsuit or claim, that would likely be something a Prosecutor would want to pursue. Having a recording of the exact statements... Read more »
answered on Jul 6, 2011
File a report with the police department 2. Notify all of your creditors and you may want to consider cancelling all of your accounts 3. File an Identity Theft Affidavit with Experian, Transunion and Equifax. 4. Place an alert on your credit. 5. consider posting a notice on the internet and in... Read more »
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