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- August 30, 2011 at 8:33 am #368298
My fiance’s mother got credit cards in his name that he was unaware of. He lived in Texas with his mother, but moved to Kentucky in 2003. When he viewed his credit report, there were new accounts in Texas in 2004, ’05, and ’06. There was over $ 17,000 in debt in his name, that he did not do. His mother admitted to some of them, but wouldn’t admit to all of them. He’s pretty sure that she did all of it, as she has been recently arrested for shop lifting. Anyhow, his credit score is 500, thanks to his mother. He really wants to fix this without getting his mother into a heap of trouble. How can he go about reporting identity theft, without his mother getting into a whole lot of trouble? Any advice would be appreciated.
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