This girlfriend sent the fraudulent DPOA document to my employer and interfered with my employment very badly. The day I learned I had lost my job due to my employer needed more information and repeatedly called the girlfriend who grunted in response and hung up. She has done a lot aof damage and... Read more »
If your girlfriend forged your signature and created fraudulent documents that caused you injury, then crimes have been committed (identity theft, forgery). The whole issue will be proof. It will be important to gather any documents or evidence that you have to show what took place. There are a...Read more »
I never approved for her to use my information to get this loan and now I’m getting calls from debt collectors saying I owe $19,000 because she has not been paying the loan and it’s all under my information. This is not my loan and I never approved any of this.
I purchased a $500 prepaid Visa gift card from a grocery store in CA in 2022. An unknown person registered it in his name after I used $387 of the $500. Customer Service for the Bank who issued the Visa gift card refuses to fraud out this Visa card because the thief registered it in his name.... Read more »
my roomates pimp made a scam in which i was told i had to cash these checks, they we or else and then they made threats, they took the $$ affter cashed. i am in court facing time right now. the couple was doing this toher people as well.
date was said to be 9/1 at around 7 pm, but I didn't steal anything from said store. also have no idea HOW cop or store got my name or identity. it is a store I've been to, but def did not steal and can't connect dots. need to know what to say to cop when he calls.
Feels more like crimlaw than consumer law. AND while I do not handle crimlaw matters, I think it is VERY rare for a 'cop' to write a letter. I think if this is a misrep or a scam, you may have a nice counter (type) claim? Good luck with it...
First, I would ask your employer in writing to remove your name from their shipping documents.
Second, you may be able to bring a claim for unauthorized use of your name for a commercial purposes under Civil Code 3344, which provides for $750 in statutory damages, actual damages, profits...Read more »
Everything i had my information in and as i stood i the living by 6 individuals and was told to give them a cellphone i took which i never did i was told to take all my clothes off to show i didnt have it and i said no and i had no choice or else my son would wake up with no mommy and they said... Read more »
Yes, falsely representing yourself as another individual to attend traffic school for them is a CRIME. Do not do it or have it done for you. The penalty will be much worse than the ticket, you could go to jail.
We want the bank to drop the credit card charges, but they insist there was no fraud. I need help building a case to prove that the funds were stolen/coerced (about $8,000). Should I seek legal counsel from a consumer protection lawyer or is this identity theft? Who could help me with this case?... Read more »
This is both a consumer issue and identity theft. You definitely want to consult with a consumer protection attorney. You also want to make sure you file an identity theft report with the FTC (https://www.ftc.gov/faq/consumer-protection/report-identity-theft). You also want to send written, by...Read more »
I was contacted by a law firm representing US Bank. For a credit card that was open in 2005 and payments made on it until 2008. A balance of 5000 was never paid. I have no recollection of this. It has never been on my credit report. It could have been opened by my ex wife. We were going through a... Read more »
I left my old job in 2016 and never got a chance to clean out my locker. I believe whom ever they gave my locker to got that info from old check stubs I forgot I left in there. The fraud starts in 2016 with my old address and phone number linked to my previous employer with many inquiries for... Read more »
not likely unless you have specific proof showing your old employer gave your information to the person that stole your identity (knowing that the person will steal your identity). it's a hard burden to prove.
I have filed police complaint.The person cheated me by signing lease and showed fake ID proof .Sent.me.fake check for deposit and little over of deposit amount and asked me to transfer remains amount to his bank account
I know only the bank account number and routing number and bank... Read more »
You present very limited facts here to really know what is going on. But to the extent you were previously found not guilty on a criminal charge after a trial, you cannot again be prosecuted by the same court for the same charge; in other words, you cannot be subjected to "double...Read more »
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