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0 Answers | Asked in Insurance Bad Faith and Identity Theft for Illinois on
Q: I am an American income life policyholder. I have not gotten anything since I applied for it back in july

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1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law, Civil Litigation, Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Michigan on
Q: My x took my title and forged my signature to transfer my car into his name illegally

I need to know what to do in order to get the police to do something about this felonious crime.

Brent T. Geers
Brent T. Geers answered on Sep 20, 2021

I'm unsure what else you can do other than file a police report.

0 Answers | Asked in Contracts, Real Estate Law, Identity Theft and Small Claims for Georgia on
Q: I asked a question about 2 months ago about a person who sued me, but I didn’t know him. In open court my buyer (home) t

Told the magistrate judge that he did not file the suit, nor ask this man to file on his behalf. A judgement for 3150.00 plus 119. In court costs, 0.00 in attorney fees and 0.00 in interest. That judgement is 7 months old. This man has gone to court and gotten a fifa on our house now. Without my... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Arizona on
Q: My son, who is a minor worked for a demolition company. Was informed someone might be using his social security number?

Should I hire a lawyer? It has been verified through HR he is active and received a paycheck this week…however he hasn’t worked there since May 2021.

0 Answers | Asked in Communications Law, Identity Theft and Intellectual Property for Georgia on
Q: How is it legal for lawyer directories to disclose the information of lawyers to the public, without prior consent? - GA

Georgia recognizes all four common-law invasion of privacy claims: intrusion upon solitude or seclusion, public disclosure of private facts (e.g., unreasonable publicity given to one's private life), false-light privacy (e.g., publicity that normally places the other in a false light before... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft, Probate and Real Estate Law for Texas on
Q: My question is does the law still remain that a will must be probated within four years of the original date of death

And the only reason I'm asking that is because my dad's will was probated in 2011 and my dad died in 1995 and never was I notified our my brother notified our oh and then somebody notified my cousin and you know kind of gave him a sad story on why he should sign his part but I never got... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Business Formation, Communications Law, Identity Theft and Internet Law for Georgia on
Q: Is it legal to display a realtors name, phone number, email and also their personal address in an online directory?

I am creating a directory website which has thousands upon thousands of local realtors. I acquired a lead list, and pre-populated the member profiles (who are not actual members of the directory, it is just pre-populated information into the directory) with their name, phone number (which may be... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Criminal Law, Banking and Identity Theft for Indiana on
Q: Someone forged my name and cashed a check that was payable to me, how can I go about getting the stolen money refunded?

A family member stole a check for $1,900 that was payable only to me and forged my name to deposit the check into their bank account. While in the hospital for 2 years due to health issues, my mother forged my name onto the check and deposited most of it into her personal account while also... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Arizona on
Q: During my trip to Vegas my wallet was stolen, I had zero form of payment so my brother let me borrow his credit card.

While at the airport I ate, when it came time to pay they refused to take the card because it was not mine.I had no other form

Of payment so I could not pay. They then proceeded to keep the card and refuse to return it. Is it legal for a restaurant to steal the property of another? Could... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft and Traffic Tickets for Connecticut on
Q: I had my identity stolen , i just got a letter from nys tva for tickets or fines for 380 dollars that are from 1994 , .

I did not get a license until 1996 and i don't know ,who got those tickets .. driving with out license and unregistered and un insured , will i get arrested for those tickets . I plan on paying it .but i am also afraid of pleading guilty ,either way i have to pay and that ok .

1 Answer | Asked in Banking, Collections, Identity Theft and Social Security for Nevada on
Q: Credit report account made but not by me?

So I go to credit karma to make acc. They tell me a acc already made with a email. And told me what email. My biological fathers. And so on. Apparently goes on it everyday? Why? My credit. I’m 25. I am mentally disable. Growing up. I guess as a aunt said. He used me for debt. Wells Fargo credit... Read more »

Susan Michele Schaefer
Susan Michele Schaefer answered on Aug 30, 2021

If someone has misused your Social Security number or other personal information to create credit or other problems for you, then you need to take action right away. Go to IdentityTheft.gov - it is a website managed by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) - and they will help you with a recovery... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Collections, Consumer Law and Identity Theft for Arizona on
Q: Can I sue T-Mobile for not protecting me as a client and selling fraudulent debt to collection agencies?

I live in Arizona, about 4-5 years ago someone added themselves as an authorized user on my account in Michigan. I told T- Mobile and they offered me no solutions to help and just continuously asked me to pay for the thousands of dollars of equipment the fraudster got on my behalf. I was younger... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Identity Theft for Georgia on
Q: What should I do if a judge helping family lie on me talking about I’m a felony cause they doing criminal actions on me?

I got me a gun cause I feared my life… April 13th and went to probate judge Jackson she had me to sign a paper thinking I was getting my gun L

0 Answers | Asked in Federal Crimes and Identity Theft for Georgia on
Q: A student impersonated me in a text message to her grandmother. Is that illegal identity theft?

I am a public school teacher in Georgia.

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Texas on
Q: We can do a payment plan

This is in San Marcos not Houston

John Cucci Jr.
John Cucci Jr. answered on Aug 16, 2021

This question is vague, however, I can answer by saying most lawyers do have payment plans. The hard part is for the client to show they have good credit, and a way to make payments.

Good Luck!

1 Answer | Asked in Criminal Law and Identity Theft for Georgia on
Q: I have a warrent for identity theft If its my 2nd charge and I'm not on probation can i get a bond

If I pay the card ofd then turn myself in will it help

Nelson Craig Johnson
Nelson Craig Johnson 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.

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1 Answer | Asked in Divorce and Identity Theft for Oklahoma on
Q: My wife opened credit cards In my name without my knowledge. I told her that I want a divorce. What can I do?

Is this considered identity theft?

Pete David Louden
Pete David Louden answered on Aug 7, 2021

If you want a divorce what you can do is hire an attorney to file a divorce action for you. Schedule a consultation to discuss your case in detail and learn your specific options.

Best of luck!

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