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Hi Pearl, I checked my credit report and found out that someone had put some timeshare deeds into my name, that resulted in unpaid maintenance fees , that went into collection, that trashed my credit. Ihave filed a dispute with trans Union. Anything else I should do ? Thanks R***** *****
JA: Have you thoroughly reviewed the contract?
Customer: There is no contract It was identity theft
JA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?
Customer: not yet was looking on your site will probably have to get the family atty involved
JA: My parents are both dead.
Customer: sorry to hear that mine are in late 80's
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Submitted: 3 months ago.
Category: Criminal Law
Expert:  Roger replied 3 months ago.

Hi - my name is ***** ***** I'll be glad to assist.

Expert:  Roger replied 3 months ago.

Before consulting a private attorney, your best option is to contact the consumer protection division of your state attorney general's office. They can assist you with investigating the issue, resolving your association with the debt and hopefully bring the people who did this to justice.

Expert:  Roger replied 3 months ago.

If the AG's office can clear you of being the party involved -- and establish identity theft -- you can usually have them issue a letter to the credit reporting agencies to clean up your credit report.

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