Is there any legal recourse? The bank has been dishonest multiple times, I have by mail requested the application which they approved in my name (spelled incorrectly and wrong mothers maiden name etc) and they are refusing to send me the application. According to government websites they cannot... Read more »
The bank is right. If the card was canceled you have no damages. If you made a police report, then the police investigate the account, not you. The bank records are not yours, by your own allegation. You can sue and do a subpoena, but I am not sure what the suit would be claiming.
I lost both my laptop and the money that was my paid to me due to a fake credit card through facebook marketplace. I know the real name of the person who stole from and his facebook and Instagram accounts. What can I do?
I found a quantity papers relating to my grandparents. I assume old utility bills and store receipts may be discarded for recycling. However, many papers are tax returns or letters of communication with Social Security . Could these be used for identity theft even though the people involved have... Read more »
Plaintiff put her name on our house eight months later after stealing all of our worldly possessions.Recently put a fence up that i can't enter my own property. Notary public papers i was not privy to seeing. Removed by police i was!!!!!
There appears to be a lot more to your story than you have been able to post here. It would probably be necessary to sit down with an attorney and take the time to fully explain your situation to receive meaningful advice.
i am being accused of a loan i have no connection with, my name is right other information are wrong i did notify higher education my information have been compromised with, i did my own investigation trying to locate the school, i was told that school was cloed years ago, i google it, they were... Read more »
My ex-boyfriend took 5 checks from me and wrote them out to himself. Signed my name and everything. The total loss was $3095. I have made a claim with my bank, what is the best course of action to hold him responsible and get my money back?
Our firm routinely handles these small claims cases for a flat rate of $725.
I’m NY, small claims court has subject matter jurisdiction over amounts in dispute between $0 and $5000; civil court between $5000 and $25,000, and supreme court in New York entertains cases where the amounts...Read more »
Hi i was given a desk appearance ticket due to a false report but I then told the truth will I just be facing probation and no jail time I’m almost 7 months pregnant and have a 4 year old Please help firt time I’ve ever been to court or have written a roport or anything in scared
Someone at work has given me the password to HR gmail account. They told me to look in it for something related to my company trying to terminate me. I looked but cleared my browser history. I mistakenly kept the password in a draft message in my email gmail account. What criminally can I be... Read more »
Although you "could be charged" by the police for a violation or low-level misdemeanor (like criminal mischief), the DA will probably decline to prosecute and even if they do, nothing will likely come of it. You lacked the "Mens Rea" (or guilty mind) for a more serious criminal offense or to make...Read more »
My father in law used to live with my husband and I, but he moved away to FL and we dont speak due to unfortunate circumstances. We got paper mail with his name and my husbands name on it. Apparently he opened an account with a stocks/investment company using his own name and my husbands name,... Read more »
Your husband should run his credit report. He can do it for free at annualcreditreport.com. You do not get your score but you get the entries. See what is there. Put a fraud complaint on anything false. If you are actually out money, file a police report.
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