Is this allowed? I had a passcode, but she threatened my life if I didn’t give this to her. I’m now facing criminal charges potentially and want to know if the way my job obtained this information was even lawful.
The situation you've described raises several legal issues. First, even though the cell phone is in your mother's name, if you are an adult and the primary user of the phone, you have a reasonable expectation of privacy regarding its contents. This includes the photos stored on it....View More
It's actually the 2 of them attached to my phone. I believe there sharing calenders and locations ect. He goes by his name and she goes by mine. I'll ask google my current location and it tells me her locations. One night it said I was about a mile from my house. So I pushed directions... View More
You need to hire an attorney who specializes in family relations law and regularly practices in your county. There is no magic bullet that the lawyers here can give you that will substitute for getting your own representation. If you wish to prove what you have alleged you will also need to hire...View More
A Pennsylvania attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You could consult with a local attorney about signing a power of attorney, or you could check with some of the online services that offer basic legal forms, which can include power of attorney forms. Good luck
He said he was in the Air Force and he first needed a new phone as it was damaged from his travel to Isreal. Then surgery as he collapsed he needed an electric wheelchair. Then flights, three attempts to fly for a personal vacation. I sold my car I sold my townhouse to fly him home. On the day he... View More
If it's the employer's computer they have a right of access. If you use it for personal things that is your risk. They can take the computer tomorrow, it's theirs. They can access the information any way they wish. It's theirs.
Was asked to get something for co-worker on break and I thought the card that I had used was the co-workers card and put it in my pocket and used it. Ended up that it wasn't my co-workers card after all. Since I was last used by card holder at my place of work they matched up the video... View More
It is a felony of the 3rd degree. Maximum is 3.5-7 years. Call a lawyer. The lawyer can call the police officer to see if charges are pending. If they are, a lawyer can make arrangements to turn you in rather than the police coming to arrest you. You need legal representation so start calling...View More
Accidental credit card fraud. I used someone else's credit card to make a purchase. I then tried to make another purchase with card and it didn't work. I tried to use the card again. The screen then said something about card being offline. I used a different card the for the purchase and... View More
Do NOT speak to the police without a warrant. More information is needed to give you advice. Did you know the person whose credit card it was? If not, you could be charged with felonies, including access device fraud, theft, identity theft. If you knew the person, if they say you did not nave...View More
What kind of charges can I file against her? She is now withholding my Stimulus Money because she also signed my name to her tax return and the bank account it was deposited into is hers. We have been seperated since Dec. 1, 2017.
My first question to you is - is she actually your ex-wife? Are you divorced? If so, and she did all this after your divorce, she's got some legal issues. If you're not actually divorced, she may claim that you instructed her to file a joint tax return. On the SSI checks, I'm...View More
We didn't know we were only permitted 1 ADA dog so we ask this couple a week ago to watch her until things changed. Well they did and we were granted permission for her. Now they refuse to give her back. Even though we hold the receipts to her and her akc paperwork.
Called credit company, they said account is in my name and social security number, ex wife listed as user. I thought account was closed. When I bought a house last year this did not come up on credit report as even being open. There is over 15000 charged on it as of May, 2018 one payment made June... View More
Initially, you should call the police and make a report. They'll investigate and determine whether or not to file criminal charges against her. Police activity is what the creditor will want to see to remove this account from your name, and to get it removed from your credit report. If...View More
I am being accused of using someone else's checking account information to pay two of my credit cards. The first was my home Depot card, and I notified the person that was the checking account owner that a payment was about to go through, and the account owner called his bank and stopped the... View More
Typically, fraudulent use of another's bank account without his/her permission could carry charges like: forgery; access device fraud; identity theft; theft by unlawful taking; theft by deception; and/or receiving stolen property. The grading of the offenses (felony, misdemeanor, etc.)...View More
When I was in the hospital my husband put $24,000.00 on MY name only credit card and signed the balance transfers checks with my name which is fraud and now has quit making the payments for 2 months and they are calling me and I understand and now I somehow want to make him accountable for this... View More
There may be a protective order in your case, which could explain why you cannot have and/or see your discovery. However, you will need to know what the evidence is against you in order to make proper decisions in your case, so you can certainly ask your lawyer when she/he will be able to discuss...View More
My brother is in PA jail for identity theft and I need to file an amended petition ferencing formal action by the department of transportation setting forth the procedural history of the case, attaching copies of any formal notice of points, which I have, and outline what relief I am requesting.... View More
Talk to the DA's office Victim Assistance Coordinator. You should be able to contest the assignment of points with Penndot and presumably any sentence of your brother should require he give a statement or affidavit that he was the driver and presented your ID.
My son’s information was used without his consent as a co-signer for a student loan. Now, the bank holds him responsible, although they don’t have his signature or agreement anywhere in written that he is a co-signer for that loan. The girl used his information two times in PA while he is... View More
First, consult a consumer lawyer. Go to www.naca.net If he gets called write down who the person is, time, date, exactly what they say. He should send a letter certified return receipt disputing the debt. If he didn't sign he isn't a co signer.
All transactions were originated from bank location where my son's dad was a new employee at the time, and also withdrew money from the only checking acct I did authorize without my consent. I contacted the corporate office to file a complaint, and was told they were investigating the matter.... View More
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