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2 Answers | Asked in Banking, Identity Theft, Criminal Law and Civil Rights for Tennessee on
Q: My caretaker took $30,000 out of my bank account using my pin number after he his my medication and made me bed ridden.

The bank denied my despute. What can I do?

Cayley Turrin
Cayley Turrin answered on Jan 5, 2020

I would talk to the police.

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1 Answer | Asked in Traffic Tickets and Identity Theft for Tennessee on
Q: What if you receive a parking citation via mail from a city 3 hours away, but you were not in that city on that day?

Received what appears to be a parking citation via mail. Neither I, nor my vehicle were anywhere near that city, 3 hours away from me, on the day that the ticket was issued. This appears to have been issued based solely on my license plate number. I called the court office and they said that the... Read more »

Anthony M. Avery
Anthony M. Avery answered on Sep 17, 2019

Parking Tickets are not Moving Violations of the Rules of the Road. Usually City/County Ordinance or Code violations. That is non-criminal. You can go to Court and contest, or forget about it. It will not generate points but might affect your credit score. I fail to see how this could affect... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft, Divorce and Family Law for Tennessee on
Q: Responsible for ex spouse loans fraudulently taken out using forged signature?
Leonard Robert Grefseng
Leonard Robert Grefseng answered on May 2, 2017

Your question/statement is unclear- If I understand it- No, you are not responsible for a loan if someone forged your signature on it. However, you must prove the forgery ( it may take a handwriting expert). You should report this immediately to local law enforcement- forgery is a crime ( a felony)... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Identity Theft for Tennessee on
Q: If someone steals your identity can I sue the companies where they where employed?
Burton A. Padove
Burton A. Padove answered on Jul 20, 2011

I am not an attorney licensed in Tennessee so you should consult with a local lawyer. Generally, if there was negligence on the part of the employer that resutled in the ID theft, you may have a cause of action.

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