Yes, it is illegal for someone to file for unemployment benefits using another person's name without their knowledge or consent. This type of fraudulent activity is considered identity theft and can lead to serious legal consequences. Filing for unemployment benefits typically requires...View More
I was asked to leave my purse at the counter. Before I was done shopping the associates that asked for my purse initially, had given my purse to a different shopper. Everything from my ID, cash, cards etc was in my purse. I have called Walgreens HQ and the store its self and have been unsuccessful... View More
Yes, you can pursue legal action against Walgreens for a stolen purse handed over by employee. You certainly should be taking the appropriate steps to protect yourself from identity theft. I would guess Walgreens would make an offer to compensate you for your inconvenience. A little more...View More
I got a letter saying title max had a breach and my personal information such as my social security number, drivers license, home address and such was breach and I can't find my letter and is there any way I can get it and if I do can I say to title max that if they do away with what I owe... View More
For $700, maybe. A data breach like that only gives rise to liability if someone else uses that data to harm you economically in some fashion, for instance by getting and using a credit card in your name.
If I were you, I would research what Life Lock or some similar credit and identity...View More
A DMCA Takedown Notice must be tailored to each specific situation. So, an attorney would need to review the evidence to be able to compose one or help someone else compose one. Also, keep in mind that a response other than or in addition to standard DMCA Takedown Notice language might be...View More
In short, I'm a physician in pvt practice. A pt I have treated for years recently scammed a new pt of my practice out of $500. Via txt messages, he assumed the identity of a fictitious member of my office staff and contacted the patient to schedule an appt with myself (referring to me and... View More
The perpetrator arguably committed a crime by using your identity to defraud a patient. HIPAA prohibits the disclosure of individually identifiable medical information. One exception to the prohibition, however, is for law enforcement purposes, specifically when necessary to inform law...View More
1. Contact law enforcement: Report the fraudulent activities to your local law enforcement agency. Provide them with all relevant details and any evidence you may have. They can initiate an investigation and gather evidence to support your case....View More
It depends on the specific circumstances and the laws of the jurisdiction in which the individual resides. In some cases, individuals may have legal rights to compensation for the use of their personal information, particularly if the organization is using the information for commercial purposes...View More
If someone has forged your signature on documents and taken property that belongs to you in Louisiana, you should contact your local law enforcement agency. This could include the police department, sheriff's office, or other relevant law enforcement agency.
If someone has forged your signature on documents and taken property that belongs to you in Louisiana, you should contact the local law enforcement agency in the area where the property is located. This could include the police department, sheriff's office, or other relevant law enforcement...View More
Call the Sheriff of the Parrish. Be prepared to give specific information including the recording information for the Deed. Forgery, Theft of Property and other crimes are involved here. How you found out about it, and how they got your name/ identity will be crucial issues. Ultimately an...View More
If your friend's car, wallet, and identification are missing and you believe they were stolen, you can report the theft to the police. The fact that your friend died of an overdose does not preclude you from reporting the theft, and the police should take your report seriously regardless of...View More
If Spectrum company disclosed your home address to a third person without your consent, this may be a violation of your privacy rights. You may have legal options available to you to seek compensation for any damages or harm that you have suffered as a result of this disclosure.
I had got a Letter saying that someone hacked there there system all took all my personal information an my social id address account everything not just me thousands of people an on top of that it's been going on for 3months before they let me know what can I do about that an another thing I... View More
Halen is the wills name my grandmother left me this. In the will that was probated in 72 it says my estate will be left to (myname) as i was the only child when she died. in the estate it includes around 45k acres of land 5-15 million dollars and in 89 my father was my estate guardian and got... View More
The settlor of the trust (in this case, your grandmother) chose the trustee and any substitute trustees in the event her first choice (presumably your father) does or is removed for cause. From your question, it sounds like your sister was the first substitute trustee selected by your grandmother....View More
If you are a victim of theft and harassment, you can report the incidents to your local law enforcement agency. You may also want to consider changing your passwords and enabling two-factor authentication on your accounts to help protect them. Additionally, you can seek the assistance of a lawyer...View More
Primero que todo, es importante entender que Google es una empresa y no una persona física que pueda ser demandada por robo de identidad. Sin embargo, si alguien ha utilizado su identidad en un producto de Google, como por ejemplo en una cuenta de Gmail o en Google Maps, usted puede reportarlo a...View More
My Ex roommate is using my SS# w a group of programmers to write software for a large corporation. I can prove everything, but can’t find a firm in intellectual properties. I have a 3rd party ready to confirm it.
It is possible for a stolen identity case involving a Congressman or Mayor to become a federal case, depending on the circumstances and the extent of the alleged wrongdoing. However, whether or not a case becomes a federal matter ultimately depends on a number of factors, including the severity of...View More
She used plugged in my info from 2 years ago. When I found out and confronted her she started blaming the party that prepared her taxes. When I talked to them they said she came in with court papers and then they hung up on me. I’d like to know what my options are at this point. I’ve already... View More
If your ex-wife filed a joint tax return using your information without your knowledge or consent, this could potentially constitute identity theft and tax fraud. It is good that you have already taken steps to report the fraud to the Identity Fraud Department and the IRS.
Yes, it is possible to hire an attorney to represent you in an identity theft and robbery case and to assist with the collection of any stolen property. An attorney can advise you on your legal rights and options, help you navigate the criminal justice system, and represent you in court...View More
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