I did not know that he was using any stolen cards if he even did they’re still investigating I’m not sure if he did but if he was using a stolen cards I’m sure I may have been there a timer to you as we spend a lot of time together
Yes, you could be charged with a criminal offense under the situation you describe. What you did and did not know is a fact question, and fact questions are settled at trial. Call an attorney. Good luck.
I was a victim of an internet scam where they claimed to be a job, and my job was to be a representative for a company called Megameda.pl, which is a huge auction site. I did research and I found out they were lying the whole time and were using my information to scam people this way it landed all... Read more »
I must say, although this is a clever way to get rid of these scam calls, I would select another entity to imitate, although it does not appear that you would be impersonating an officer but I would not take a chance if I was you. Many blessings to you!
I have had id theft issues for years. Recently this affected my 401k my account was locked due to thief tried to access account and changed email address. They said they needed to verify my identity and so I sent them copies of dl, ssn and also sent them several police reports that I have... Read more »
Roll that account over to an IRA with a different custodian. The new custodian will help you get it rolled over. Fees might be higher but at least you will get access to your funds. Before you withdraw from it make sure you understand the tax implications.
Usually, spelling errors or typos don't cancel a ticket, BUT major errors could make the ticket invalid. Make sure you appear on the trial date and see if the prosecution catches the error and their response.
You could be, but who knows if you WILL be?!? That might depend on whether or not federal authorities can take a break from putting migrant children in steel cages long enough to worry about a little mail fraud.
What course of action do I have to retrieve my things like titles birth certificates clothes tools beds art works wood works etc I live in texas I did pay rent and utilities no lease it was rent to own me n my parents split the cost of buying the house 1/3 each and when my dad died she took all our... Read more »
You do not state whether you were a renter with a lease, a renter without a lease or a guest or whether you were kicked out for nonpayment. Some leases allow the landlord to seize and sell your personal property if you do not pay rent.
I got charged with a state jail felony seven years ago this month. I did my probation and community service and got to get out early with it being disposed early. I just accepted a job offer for a private dental office and after he went over everything he then told me he was going to run the... Read more »
Now im not positive but i believe that he or someone he knows has hacked everything i have ever owned i even found a messanger profile with my name and picture on his cell phone ! I always pay my tickets on time and lord knows i had never even been to jail till John Willis-Doc - i have called and... Read more »
My mother had her driver's license, signature and bank checks compromised recently. She was informed of this by her bank when the offenders withdrew cash using these compromised documents. So far there have been cash withdrawals from within our city and in another several hundred miles away, all... Read more »
Go to the bank and complete a fraud affidavit. The bank should begin refunding stolen funds. Change your credit cards, bank cards, etc. The bank can handle that off the top. Consequences? There should be none after it is established the bank recognizes the fraud. Hope this has been helpful, and...Read more »
Theft offenses are listed under Section 31.03 of the Texas Penal Code; Credit Card Abuse is under Section 32.31. The punishment range for a particular offense depends on the facts alleged. Have an attorney review the charging instrument filed in the case.
She took a total amount of $1500 from the debit card that is issued under my name and an additional $3000 in which I lent her. But she promised that she was going to pay everything, but she keeps failing to meet her ends. I was wondering if there is anything I could do regarding this matter.
Assuming this is relatively recent and not past the statute of limitations:
If she used your debit card without your authorization you can file a police report and hope the county decides to file a criminal case against her. You also have the option of pursuing a judgment in small claims...Read more »
now affecting my credit. I think it's just an honest mistake (the cardholder seems to be a man and I'm a woman with a gender neutral name), but how do I get them to look into this so my credit report isn't negatively impacted?
Go to HWH-law.com and click on the tab identity theft. You can see how to write the needed letter and what you need to say. The good news is that many times a well written letter makes the problem end. If not, you have rights and you will want to contact a lawyer that handles FCRA and ID Theft...Read more »
Yes, it is possible. It is even POSSIBLE to get probation for MURDER although obviously that is not the likely result. If convicted of a 2nd degree felony, the punishment range is 2 to 20 years in the state penitentiary and a fine up to $10,000. A felony prison sentence can be probated for up to...Read more »
Forgery of a Deed or Mortgage is a State Jail Felony that should be reported to law enforcement.
Second, see a family law attorney about a divorce and the proper division of the marital assets.
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