My mom just signed herself out of a mental hospital and no one knows where she is at. She just recently stole my sisters identity and I have told her to leave me alone and she hasnt known where I lived. She has found out thpugh where I live and I do not feel safe what can I do to protect myself as... Read more »
I ordered food from a local sandwich shop. A few days later I received a call from a person claiming to represent that shop, who then tried to solicit me for "opportunities for extra cash" from PFS Incorporated. Which is not affiliated with the sandwich shop at all. This shop employee... Read more »
also I notice my mail stop coming to current address.Postal service says my mail keep going to her address.I never made a change of address.postal service inspector is investigating why my address keep getting changed,without my consent.
They’ve sent checks & debit cards to other addresses despite our contact with their fraud department. We haven’t even been reimbursed yet for our checking & savings being wiped clean. While we were on the phone Friday locking down the accounts we watched as someone transferred our... Read more »
This sounds like some sort of an insider electronic hacking situation. If the amount of money is worth it, try hiring a lawyer to take up the job of fighting with the USAA bureaucracy instead of you having to do it. The first order of business would be to move all the money you still have at USAA...Read more »
The credit/debit card theft is a crime as is credit card fraud. Debit cards are considered credit card. So you have any number of crimes it would be. I am not familiar with the email access but I am positive that that's a crime as well if there was no permission. Credit card theft (not use,...Read more »
Never really been in trouble. The total loss was less than 5,000 and it was done online ordering things. Only evidence is email of the person who used the credit card. 19, were Class 5&6 felony and rest is misdemeanor
If you don't want to press charges, you can contact the credit card company and ask them to cancel the card and any transactions your mother ran on the card. You may be able to file a civil lawsuit against her, but you'd almost certainly have to pay an attorney a significant retainer and...Read more »
I work for a federal government agency (Org A), while representing and employed through Org A, I assisted a separate federal government agency (Org B) on a project. For my contributions upon completion of the project, Org B gave me a small monetary award. After a long 2-year HR process between Org... Read more »
I'm very sorry that this happened. You should understand, though, that no matter how jarring or tortious an act may be that certain strict time limits apply. I believe that your factual scenario may touch upon two areas of the law - the first is state tort law and the second is federal...Read more »
A friend of his appointed himself to be the administrator(small estate),but he has personal interests,doesn't keep us up on taxes,liens,even gets my brother's mail,lives in the mobile home my brother lived in.We want to sell all of the property,about 6 acres in this county,another 5 or... Read more »
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... Read more »
Not sure about no proof of malicious intent--unless they mean they didn't do anytihing with the paypal account. You need to have a member of the Virginia Trial Lawyers Assn give you a free consult and look to getting a cease and desist action, possibly an injunction. Maybe get the thoughts of...Read more »
Possibly. If you are a victim of attempted fraud, you should contact your local police or sheriff's department. If the banking system is involved, other law enforcement organizations may need to know about the attempt.
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